The Risks of Regulating in the Dark

Federalist Society Review, Volume 18
Sofie Miller January 18, 2017

Sofie Miller argues that regulations passed in the final weeks of an outgoing president’s term are often inferior because they are issued hastily; she argues that the Department of Energy’s regulations establishing efficiency standards for washing machines in January 2001 are a prime example of this phenomenon. [Read Now]

Helping Americans to Speak Freely

Federalist Society Review, Volume 18
Jeremy B. Rosen, Felix Shafir December 15, 2016
censored speech

Jeremy Rosen and Felix Shafir discuss different types of state anti-SLAPP laws and argue that federal anti-SLAPP legislation would help to improve the legal landscape for free speech by offering a backstop for targets of speech-suppressing litigation. [Read Now]