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13th Annual Homeland Security Law Institute Thursday February 21, 2019 | Ritz-Carlton Pentagon City, Arlington, VA Please join us on Thursday, February 21, 2019, at the Pentagon City Ritz-Carlton for the 13th annual Homeland Security Law Institute. This year’s conference will feature important updates on recent legislative and regulatory changes impacting the Department of Homeland […]
In Lucia v. SEC, 138 S.Ct. 2044 (2018), the Supreme Court held that administrative law judges (ALJs) are officers of the United States, not employees. Therefore, their appointment must accord with the Appointments Clause of the Constitution. Article II, Section 2, clause 2. No one suggested they were principal officers, who must be appointed by […]
I love snow. It’s wonderful to wake up in the morning and see the world covered in it. Everything looks the same … but different. The air smells better. My kids and I can throw snowballs and — if there is enough of it — even go sledding. Now, perhaps I wouldn’t love snow so […]
I have a piece up in The Hill with some initial thoughts about 5 ways the partial federal shutdown is playing out in the rulemaking process. The punchline is that the longer key aspects of the federal regulatory process remain idle, the harder it will be for the president to make progress on his deregulatory goals. […]

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