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- WORTH THE CLICK: WHY GREATER FTC ENFORCEMENT IS NEEDED TO CURTAIL DECEPTIVE PRACTICES IN INFLUENCER MARKETING.
Credit Reform and the States: The Vital Role of Attorneys General After Dodd-Frank
Congress employed multiple strategies in the wake of the Great Recession to provide greater protections for consumers in the financial marketplace. One strategy aimed at agency design and resulted in creation of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Another strategy created new substantive prohibitions and corresponding rulemaking powers. A third strategy channeled the forces of federalism,...
- Spoofing and Layering.
- Reconciling Fiduciary Duty and Social Conscience: The Law and Economics of ESG Investing by a Trustee.
- 7 CFR 1755.522 - RUS general specification for digital, stored program controlled central office equipment
- Beyond 'T.B.D.': Understanding va's evaluation of a former servicemember's benefit eligibility following involuntary or punitive discharge from the Armed forces
- Loans in Areas Having Special Flood Hazards; Interagency Questions and Answers Regarding Flood Insurance
- The #MeToo Movement Migrates to M&A Boilerplate.
The National Historic Preservation Act: An Inadequate Attempt to Protect the Cultural and Religious Sites of Native Nations
The National Historic Preservation Act ("NHPA") of 1966 established a federal policy of preserving historic places at the federal, state, and local level. In 1992, the Act was amended to include sites of cultural and religious significance to Native Nations on the National Register of Historic Places. This Note argues how that inclusion, while a noble step in the right direction for...
- 528 U.S. 62 (2000), 98-791, Kimel v. Florida Bd. of Regents
- Unveiling Management's Crystal Ball
- 29 C.F.R. 1910.269 - Electric power generation, transmission, and distribution
Unapproved Genetically Modified Corn: It's What's for Dinner
The most notorious escapes of genetically modified organisms ("GMOs") included products still in the testing phase that the U.S. Department of Agriculture ("USDA") had never approved for sale or consumption. The USDA, more specifically, its subdivision, the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service ("APHIS"), must change the current culture of noncompliance among...
- Rene Casanova, M.D.; Decision and Order
- 809 F.3d 134 (5th Cir. 2015), 15-40238, Texas v. United States
- Due Process and Mass Adjudication: Crisis and Reform.
- Arbitration Agreements
- Medicare Program; Hospital Inpatient Prospective Payment Systems for Acute Care Hospitals and the Long-Term Care Hospital Prospective Payment System and Fiscal Year 2014 Rates; Quality Reporting Requirements for Specific Providers; Hospital Conditions of Participation; Payment Policies Related to Patient Status
- Alaska Gasline Development Corp., 052120 FERC, CP17-178-000
- NETWORK-SENSITIVE FINANCIAL REGULATION.
- In pursuit of patent quality (and reflections on reification).
The Living Regulatory Challenges of Synthetic Biology
The rapidly emerging technology of synthetic biology will place great strain upon the extant regulatory system due to three atypical characteristics of this nascent technology: (1) synthetic biology organisms can evolve; (2) traditional risk structures do not apply; and (3) the conventional regulatory focus on end-products may be a poor match for novel organisms that produce products. This...