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If the President Can’t Tell an ALJ "You’re Fired," Must the ALJ be Retired?

USA - January 3 2019 The U.S. Supreme Court held that the Securities and Exchange Commission’s method of hiring its administrative law judges (ALJs) violated the...

Richard Lehfeldt, Daniel W. Wolff.


ISO Releases First Global Drone Standard

Global - December 4 2018 On November 28, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) released the first ever draft global standard for unmanned aircraft systems...

Scott L. Winkelman, Mary-Caitlin Ray, Cheryl A. Falvey.


Lucia’s Wake: Sixth Circuit Tosses Mine Safety Ruling By An Improperly Appointed Judge

USA - August 6 2018 Last week, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit decided Jones Brothers, Inc. v. Secretary of Labor, a case concerning who has power to...

Richard Lehfeldt, Daniel W. Wolff.


How Do You Solve A Problem Like Lucia?

USA - June 28 2018 Last week, the United States Supreme Court held that the Securities and Exchange Commission’s method of hiring its administrative law judges (ALJs)...

Richard Lehfeldt, Daniel W. Wolff.


Key Takeaways from the Latest Major Study on Regulating Drones

USA - June 21 2018 Last week the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine released a study commissioned by the Federal Aviation Administration to assess...

Scott L. Winkelman, James Janaitis.