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Monday Morning Regulatory Review – 3/27/17: Lack of Regulatory Plan as Default

Posted in Judicial Process, Regulatory Flexibility & Small Business, Regulatory Process

Regulatory practice remains in a curious near-catatonic state two months after the inauguration of a new Administration.  Legislation is amputating prior rules, almost no affirmative regulatory activity is noticeable, and judicial review has slowed markedly while awaiting the Administrative to state of its intentions.  Doctrinal development has all but ceased for the time being.

Monday Morning Regulatory Review – 1/23/17: Transition Continuity of Operations; Stream Protection Suit 2 & RFS Mandatory Duty Suit

Posted in Judicial Process, Regulatory Process

The first Monday and official workday of a new Administration presents a challenge – agencies have been instructed to hold all regulations for the moment pending further review; implementation will take some time.  On the other hand, a suit to enjoin the prior Administration’s stream protection rule and to compel an agency to consult with… Continue Reading