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Impact on Federal Regulatory and Administrative Law Issues of Recent Supreme Court Decisions

USA - November 17 2016 This Term the Supreme Court will consider several cases that could have a significant impact on administrative law and federal regulatory litigation...

Robert P. Charrow, Jerry Stouck.

Federal regulatory and administrative law issues impacted by recent Supreme Court decisions

USA - October 14 2015 As the Supreme Court's new term begins, it will be considering several cases that could have a significant impact on cases involving the...

Robert P. Charrow, Jerry Stouck.

The Supreme Court declares a recess for recess appointments

USA - July 1 2014 On June 26, 2014, the Supreme Court issued its decision in the closely-watched NLRB v. Noel Canning case, challenging President Obama's recess...

Justin F. Keith, Mark E. Solomons.

AEP v. Connecticut: climate change as a public nuisance

USA - February 4 2011 The Supreme Court presently has before it the question whether state attorneys general or environmental groups may sue owners of fossil-fuel-fired power plants under the federal common law of public nuisance for the plants' alleged contribution to climate change....

Robert P. Charrow, David G. Mandelbaum.

Beyond the courts of appeals: the potential for expedited Supreme Court review of health care reform

USA - February 1 2011 Yesterday, the United States District Court for the Northern District of Florida invalidated the individual mandates provision of Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, Pub. L. No. 111-148, 1501 (March 23, 2010), and declared that the Act (with the exception of certain Medicaid provisions) was unconstitutional for want of severability....

Robert P. Charrow, Mark E. Solomons.