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- Sanctions; blocked person, specifically designated nationals, terrorists, and narcotics traffickers, and foreign terrorist organizations: Individuals and entities subject to various economic sanctions programs,
- 556 U.S. 701 (2009), 07-543, AT & T Corp. v. Hulteen
Successful Agriculture and Clean Water?: A Workable Path Forward for Regulating Drainage Districts as Point Sources Under the Clean Water Act
This Note addresses drainage district regulation under the Clean Water Act in the midst of a continued agricultural and environmental battle over water quality. One recent lawsuit, Des Moines Water Works v. Sac, Calhoun, and Buena Vista Counties, exemplifies the complexities of current perspectives on drainage district regulation and implementation. In the lawsuit, an Iowa water utility company...
- Guidance for Executive Order 13673, “Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces”
Executive authority to keep it in the ground: an administrative end to oil and gas leasing on federal land.
I. INTRODUCTION II. BACKGROUND A. The Mineral Leasing Act (MLA) B. The Federal Land and Policy Management Act (FLPMA) 1. History 2. Resource Management Plans 3. Withdrawals 4. Exclusions III. No New Leases: discretionary Authority under the MLA A. Di...
- Introduction to the Unified Agenda of Federal Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions-Fall 2018
- Mark P. Koch, D.O.; Decision and Order
What's in the Package: Food, Beverage, and Dietary
Supplement Law and Litigation—Part I, 0714 COBJ, 2014,
July, Pg. 77
43 Colo.Law. 77 What's in the Package: Food, Beverage, and Dietary Supplement Law and Litigation—Part I Vol. 43, No. 7 [Page 77] The Colora...
Fight Fraud Within Exemption: Advocating a Properly Tailored Interpretation of the § 1702 Evasion Clause of the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act
Under the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act’s ("ILSA") exemption provisions, developers are not exempted from the statute if they act "for the purpose of eva[ding]" ILSA. Accordingly, the proper standard to evaluate whether a developer has acted to "eva[de]" ILSA is critical in exemption determination, and the Eighth and Eleventh Circuits are split regarding...
Public compensation for private harm: evidence from the SEC's fair fund distributions.
2. Some fair funds fully compensate investors But the SEC does not only sanction issuer reporting and disclosure violations; it prosecutes a great variety of securities misconduct. Many of these violations have elements of theft, embezzlement, and ...
- 464 U.S. 417 (1984), 81-1687, Sony Corp. of America v. Universal City Studios, Inc.
- Identity Theft Red Flags Rules
Time-bars: RICO-criminal and civil-federal and state.
2. Laches Laches is a doctrine in equity that bars a plaintiff's claim if the plaintiff's tardiness unjustly prejudices the defendant. A party raising the, laches defense must prove "(1) lack of diligence by the party against whom the defense is as...
Disparate Impact, Unified Law.
AUTHOR. Professor of Law and Herbert and Marjorie Fried Research Scholar, University of Chicago Law School. I am grateful to Charles Abernathy, Christopher Elmendorf, Joseph Fishkin, Owen Fiss, Aziz Huq, Vicki Jackson, Janai Nelson, George Rutherglen...
Challenging the FDA's authority to regulate autologous adult stem cells for therapeutic use: Celltex Therapeutics' partnership with RNL Bio, substantial medical risks, and the implications of United States v. Regenerative Sciences.
ABSTRACT This Article examines the convergence of three corporations that have attempted to capitalize on translating emerging research into clinical procedures by manufacturing and facilitating the process for patients to obtain mesenchymal stem c...
- Representation-Case Procedures
GINA, Big Data, and the Future of Employee Privacy.
FEATURE CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 713 I. GINA IN THEORY 715 A. A Brief Introduction to GINA 716 B. GINA's Purpose 718 1. Background Information 718 a. Rise of Genetic Information 719 b. The American Health-Insurance System 720 2. Congress's Intent in Pas...
Exclusivity Without Patents: The New Frontier of FDA Regulation for Genetic Materials
Over the last twenty years, the legal and scientific academic communities have been embroiled in a debate about the patent eligibility of genetic materials. The stakes for both sides could not be higher. On one hand are the potential multi-billion dollar profits on the fruits of research (from newly discovered genes), and on the other is scientists’ ability to continue and expand research into...
Observations from above: unmanned aircraft systems and privacy.
III. GOVERNMENT UNMANNED AIRCRAFT AND THE FOURTH AMENDMENT The Fourth Amendment is central to the privacy issues with respect to government UAS operation. Although the Supreme Court has never explicitly considered the question of UAS privacy, there...
- 830 F.3d 216 (5th Cir. 2016), 14-41127, Veasey v. Abbott
Pleading Poverty in Federal Court.
AUTHOR. Senior Lecturer in Law, Letters, and Society in the College and Lecturer in Law, University of Chicago Law School. I am grateful for comments from Emily Buss, Zach Clopton, Justin Driver, Ben Eidelson, Bonnie Ernst, Lee Fennell, Amanda Frost,...
Sharing the road: smart transportation infrastructure.
ABSTRACT Smart cities require smart transportation. Advanced Intelligent Transportation Systems provide ever-smarter transportation infrastructure for the United States and countries around the world. Among the most advanced forms of ground transpo...
Red lights to green lights: from 20th century environmental regulation to 21st century sustainability.
Twentieth century environmental protection delivered significant improvements in America's air and water quality and led companies to manage their waste, use of toxic substances, and other environmental impacts with much greater care. But the pace of...
How to Deal with Hornets: The Administrative Procedure Act and the Social Cost of Carbon
This Note explores the extent to which the 2013 revision to the social cost of carbon ("SCC")—a figure used in the cost-benefit analysis of federal rules involving carbon dioxide emissions—conforms to the Administrative Procedure Act's ("APA") notice and comment process. This Note analyzes two precedents the 2013 SCC revision process set: (1) an agency will not re-notice a...