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Sue-and-Settle Bill Threatens a Delicate Equilibrium

May 19, 2015

Deadline suits may offer key opportunity to even the playing field in regulatory agenda-setting.

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We Shouldn’t Dismiss “Sue and Settle” – or Other Regulatory Problems

May 18, 2015

Sue and settle tactics may influence agency behavior and rulemaking.

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The Supreme Court Scrutinizes EPA Regulation

Apr 30, 2015

At oral arguments, Justices question whether EPA considered costs of regulation at the right time.

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Counting Benefits at the High Court

Apr 29, 2015

Considering the costs and benefits of regulation should include indirect effects in the calculation.

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Supreme Court Weighs When Agencies Must Consider Costs

Apr 28, 2015

EPA's consideration of costs in regulating toxic air pollutants should prove sufficient.

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Improving Patent Quality by Reducing the Patent Office’s Backlog of Applications

Apr 13, 2015

Improving the patent system depends on reducing processing snarls.

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An Easier Way to Untangle Regulatory Knots

Apr 6, 2015

Congress could help agencies reduce regulatory redundancies by passing a single law.

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Appreciating The Workplace Constitution

Apr 3, 2015

Sophia Lee’s new book makes contributions to the fields of constitutional law, labor law, employment discrimination, and administrative..

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A Contribution to Both Legal History and Constitutional Theory

Apr 2, 2015

The Workplace Constitution Reveals that the U.S. Constitution lacks any particular political valence.

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Administrative Constitutionalism and Administrative Power

Apr 1, 2015

New book raises the question of when bureaucratic constitutional interpretation is desirable and sustainable.

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