Tag Archives: Amtrak

D.C. Circuit Review – Reviewed: Breaking News (From About Three Weeks Ago)

by Aaron Nielson — Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017@Aaron_L_Nielson

One of the most important cases the D.C. Circuit decided last year was the so-called Amtrak case. As I mentioned last month, the government’s cert petition was due February 6th. No petition, however, was filed. Instead, the United States determined that it would not seek certiorari at all. Accordingly, the panel decision — with its […]

D.C. Circuit Review – Reviewed: Eighth Circuit Edition

by Aaron Nielson — Friday, Jan. 6, 2017@Aaron_L_Nielson

Last week I wrote a special edition of D.C. Circuit Review – Reviewed dedicated to the Tenth Circuit’s Appointments Clause decision. This week, the D.C. Circuit issued no opinions. So I’ve decided to again look beyond the D.C. Circuit to see what else is happening in the wide, wide world of administrative law. It turns […]

D.C. Circuit Review – Reviewed: Last Thoughts (For Now) on “Company A” by Aaron Nielson

by Aaron Nielson — Friday, May 6, 2016@Aaron_L_Nielson

This has been a quiet week at the D.C. Circuit. There was only one published opinion—and it’s about attorneys’ fees. So with this extra time, why not think a little bit more about Amtrak? (Or, if you would rather spend your “five minutes a week” on something else, enjoy this or this instead.) Dan Hemel’s […]