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The American Bar Association Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice hosts an annual conference in Washington, D.C. If you care about “admin law” — and if you don’t, you really should — it is a great event. I attended for the first time last year and enjoyed the interesting mix of lawyers and scholars. […]
To understand how private food safety standards have emerged as competitors with regulations adopted through more conventional public law processes, it is worth understanding how the major private standard setter – Global GAP – works and where it came from. The movement for private certification of farming practices resulted from two related consumer pressures and […]
Tax issues related to the Trump Foundation continue to grab headlines.  The Washington Post’s David A. Fahrenthold has tirelessly examined the organization, and recently discussed “four new cases of possible self-dealing [that] were discovered in the Trump Foundation’s tax filings.”   Any allegation of self-dealing sounds inherently bad, but the discussion of the Trump transactions […]
Congressional Republicans will have to confront at least three tough strategic questions as they move to shut off risk corridor payments. (Prior coverage is here.) First, the courts will entertain congressional objections to any risk corridor settlements only if the House has standing to intervene in the litigation. But the question of whether the House […]

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