Tag Archives: interagency coordination

FDLI Webinar on Regulation of Cannabis-Derived Products

by Bridget C.E. Dooling — Friday, Aug. 2, 2019@BridgetDooling

This week I moderated a webinar at the Food & Drug Law Institute (FDLI) on the regulation of cannabis-derived products. This is a product & policy area that’s evolving as I type. Just this week, former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb wrote an op-ed acknowledging the consumer “craze” for products with CBD in them and encouraging FDA […]

“Passing the Buck” in Agency Adjudication, by Bijal Shah

by Guest Blogger — Friday, June 23, 2017

Agencies often share their power with one another—the operative word being ‘share.’ For instance, they engage in “joint rulemaking” with other agencies on the basis of shared statutory authority. They also participate in “coordinated interagency adjudication,” in which they subdelegate portions of their power to adjudicate administrative claims or otherwise share the responsibility of furthering an adjudication process on […]

Shah on Interagency Adjudication Coordination (AdLaw Bridge Series)

by Christopher J. Walker — Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015@chris_j_walker

A hot topic in administrative law is how to deal with congressional delegation of lawmaking authority to multiple agencies—with Jody Freeman and Jim Rossi’s terrific 2012 article coming immediately to mind. Most of this inquiry has focused on agency rulemaking and the role of the President (via the OMB/OIRA) in coordinating multi-agency regulatory efforts. So […]