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Shortly after his nomination as Treasury Secretary was announced, Steven Mnuchin went on television to offer some tax-reform principles that would guide the new administration: Any reductions we have in upper income taxes will be offset by less deductions so that there will be no absolute tax cut for the upper class. There will be […]
Excellent resource for adlaw geeks interested in transition. Per the Washington Post here: The Post and Partnership for Public Service, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, are tracking these 662 executive branch appointments through the nomination process. These positions include Cabinet secretaries, deputy and assistant secretaries, chief financial officers, general counsel, heads of agencies, ambassadors and other […]
As I blogged about in November, this Thursday and Friday in Washington, DC, is the annual ABA Administrative Law Conference. This is an absolute must-attend conference for adlaw nerds, scholars, and practitioners. You can register and get the full schedule here. On Thursday afternoon from 3:00PM-4:30PM, I’ll be moderating a terrific panel on administrative law exceptionalism. […]
In this post-election climate, one wonders how some of the most important legal issues of the current administration will be addressed in the years to come. One in particular that appears to be garnering less media attention than others pertains to the fate of the Dodd-Frank whistleblower program, specifically whether the momentum that has built […]

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