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- FOR CLARITY'S SAKE: REDEFINING THE KNOWING AND VOLUNTARY STANDARD IN SEVERANCE AGREEMENTS.
- A process failure theory of statutory interpretation.
- Planning for fracking on the Barnett Shale: soil and water contamination concerns, and the role of local government.
Choice Architecture and the Locus of Fiduciary Obligation in Defined Contribution Plans
The insights of choice architecture have produced regulatory and voluntary changes that have expanded the use of default settings in defined contribution plans, such as 401(k) plans. As a result, increased numbers of employees now save for retirement through 401(k) plans and many save more money. The current approach to investment default settings, however, has been less successful in achieving...
- The De Facto Reporter's Privilege.
- The United States went to war to avoid the red coats' taxes - now corporations are sprinting to the United Kingdom's tax rate.
- Safeguards for mentally disabled respondents in removal proceedings.
- THE CONSERVATIVE TURN AGAINST COMPENSATORY MITIGATION.
- Authenticity of archived websites: the need to lower the evidentiary hurdle is imminent.
- Incorporation by reference in an open-government age.
- The perils of experimentation.
- "Affordable housing" as metaphor.
- The New Law of the Child.
- Chevron Meets the Categorical Approach.
- Goodbye PII: contextual regulations for online behavioral targeting.
- REGULATING ONLINE MARKETPLACE LENDING: TO BE A BANK OR NOT TO BE A BANK?
- Taking the sting out of the Stingray: the dangers of cell-site simulator use and the role of the Federal Communications Commission in protecting privacy & security.
- The new labor law.
- Paper Tiger: the validity of CFTC position-limit rulemaking under Dodd-Frank.
- Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
- Big data and predictive reasonable suspicion.
- RFRA rights revisited: substantial burdens, judicial competence, and the religious nonprofit cases.
Won't You Be My Neighbor?' Living with Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations
Concentrated animal feeding operations ("CAFOs") are prevalent throughout the nation and represent a serious and increasing problem for the United States. Proponents of CAFOs argue that such operations are necessary to meet this country’s demand for low-cost, readily available meat. Opponents point to the ever-increasing risks that CAFOs pose to humans, animals, and the environment....
- Federalism and the rise of renewable energy: preserving state and local voices in the green energy revolution.
Denial of Petition To Initiate Proceedings To Reschedule Marijuana
By letter dated July 19, 2016 the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) denied a petition to initiate rulemaking proceedings to reschedule marijuana. Because the DEA believes that this matter is of particular interest to members of the public, the agency is publishing below the letter sent to the petitioner which denied the petition, along with the supporting documentation that was attached to...