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Would a Justice Kavanaugh Overturn Humphrey’s Executor and Declare Independent Agencies Unconstitutional?

by Christopher J. Walker — Friday, July 27, 2018@chris_j_walker

Over at SCOTUSblog yesterday, I examined the administrative law jurisprudence of Judge Kavanaugh, President Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court. At nearly 4,000 words, I’d like to say it was a deep dive for a blog post, but Judge Kavanaugh has written more than 120 opinions dealing with administrative law. So the final draft was nearly […]

Over at SCOTUSblog: Kavanaugh on Administrative Law and Separation of Powers

by Christopher J. Walker — Thursday, July 26, 2018@chris_j_walker

Over at SCOTUSblog, I have a post today examining Judge Kavanaugh’s administrative law jurisprudence and his potential impact on administrative law and regulatory practice if he were to fill Justice Kennedy’s seat on the Supreme Court. Here’s a snippet (of a nearly 4,000-word post): In reviewing Kavanaugh’s robust record on administrative law, I find myself […]

D.C. Circuit Review – Reviewed: “Never, Never—NEVER—Wake a Sleeping Tiger”

by Aaron Nielson — Saturday, Apr. 16, 2016@Aaron_L_Nielson

I love a good headline. And boy, did I stumble across a great one today: “Never, Never—NEVER—Wake A Sleeping Tiger.” (The subheading is pretty great too: “Don’t even think about it.”) And sure enough, if you click through, you will see a video of one tiger waking another tiger, and then you’ll learn why you […]