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Antitrust Enforcement Takes a Sharp Left Turn

USA - October 7 2021 Over the past few years, a strong bi-partisan consensus emerged in support of more aggressive antitrust enforcement. There has been a widespread view…

Maria Raptis, David P. Wales.

Protocols Exist for Operating the Government During a Shutdown but Not During a Debt Ceiling Crisis

USA - September 29 2021 The U.S. federal government once again confronts twin fiscal crises. Absent intervening legislation, the government’s appropriations will largely…

Executive Order Launches ‘Whole-of-Government’ Antitrust Initiatives but Implementation Faces a Long Road Ahead

USA - July 13 2021 Over the course of his first six months in office, President Joe Biden has signaled a clear commitment to reinvigorate antitrust enforcement. On July…

Kenneth B. Schwartz, David P. Wales, Julia K. York.

Supreme Court Developments

USA - April 30 2021 Even as President Biden has appointed a commission to study potential institutional reforms of the U.S. Supreme Court, his administration’s most…

Shay Dvoretzky, Emily J. Kennedy.

White House, Congress Seek To Reverse Trump-Era Regulations

USA - April 30 2021 The first 100 days of many new administrations include a fast-tracked review of the federal regulatory landscape. This is especially true when the…

Paul M. Kerlin.