The Federal Regulations Advisor is dedicated to monitoring, reporting, and improving on the state of federal regulatory activity — not just who filed what, but how it all fits together — the regulations, court cases, Congressional actions, leadership movement, and related activity.  The Federal Regulations Advisor seeks to provide public educational information to help ensure that Federal regulations are rational, not arbitrary, capricious, or an abuse of discretion.  The Federal Regulation Advisor monitors activity by the White House, OMB, the agencies, Congress, Congressional Committees and key Members, the Supreme Court, the U.S. Courts of Appeals, and the U.S. District Courts.  The author and guests bring knowledge and experience to the table and will comment freely (hopefully perceptively) on where Federal rulemaking is headed and how that affects business.

About Leland E. (Lee) Beck

Leland E. (Lee) Beck practiced federal administrative law, litigation, and associated government relations in Washington, D.C. He served the United States for more than 30 years before retiring to start this blog, practice law, consult on public policy and government relations, and otherwise enjoy improving the American “administrative state.” Lee has served as an attorney in all three Branches of the United States Government and brings a broad and deep knowledge and experience to the contemporary business of how people, and particularly businesses and organizations, relate to the United States Government. He has served as a legislative attorney, legislative counsel to the Judicial Branch, and in many different legal positions in the United States Departments of Justice and Homeland Security. Lee practiced before all Branches and agencies of the United States Government; he does not practice before State or local agencies or courts.

He received his Master of Laws from the Harvard Law School and his Juris Doctor from American University’s Washington College of Law. Before that, Lee earned a Master of Arts in Education.