Rejecting EPA’s ability to reshape the coal industry, the Court forecasts invalidating future agency actions.
In West Virginia v. EPA, the Supreme Court cements the major questions doctrine and strengthens the separation of powers.
Three takeaways follow from the Supreme Court’s recent opinions ignoring Chevron v. NRDC.
Scholars and practitioners discuss the Court’s most significant regulatory decisions of the last term.
One of the Supreme Court’s most significant administrative law precedents may soon be overturned.
The Supreme Court is forcing a deregulatory agenda under the guise of restoring democracy.
Supreme Court changes in administrative law create uncertainty for new antitrust guidance from federal regulators.
A recent U.S. Supreme Court case highlights death row inmates’ contested religious rights at executions.
Originalist arguments for rewriting administrative law are weaker than they seem.
In rejecting agency action on the basis of the “major questions doctrine,” judges undermine congressional policies.
Scholar argues that recent Supreme Court decisions create a new vision of agency accountability to the public.
In a recent case, the Supreme Court failed to address the purpose of exemptions from EPA’s renewable fuel standard.