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Monday Morning Regulatory Review I – 3/17/14: Obamacare Risks; Third-Party Payments; Medicare Drug Withdrawal; & Congressional Interventions

Posted in Legislation, Regulatory Process

Frenetic regulatory activity in the past week covered large swaths of substantive administrative law in the Administration and the Congress, and likely set the stage for more regulatory litigation, so much so that this Monday Morning Regulatory Review (MMRR) must be divided into two posts.  This post highlights the Department of Health and Human Services… Continue Reading

Final HHS Preventive Contraceptives Rule and a New Circuit Decision: A Clearer Path for Judicial Review

Posted in Constitutional Issues in Regulations, Judicial Process, Judicial Review & Remedies

Two recent events relating to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and sister agencies’ requirement that employers provide preventive contraceptive services to women through insurance and without co-pay bring several legal issues closer to resolution: HHS published its much anticipated – by courts and litigants – final rule, and the United States Court… Continue Reading

Monday Morning Regulatory Review – 2/4/13

Posted in Executive - OMB Review, Judicial Review & Remedies, Regulatory Process

Regulatory and judicial processes intersected last week to a greater extent than usual, with several departments addressing (or not) court decisions and ongoing litigation.  Highlights: Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) proposing its promised rule on contraceptives and religious organizations that has been the subject of numerous cases, including direct challenges and injunctions; Environmental… Continue Reading

Monday Morning Regulatory Review – 11/19/12

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

Activity at the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has begun to pick up after the election – the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) regulations lead the way.  On the other hand, another court ordered an exemption from the mandatory contraceptive coverage regulation ahead of Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) submitting… Continue Reading

Monday Morning Regulatory Review – 11/5/12

Posted in Judicial Review & Remedies, Regulatory Process

The election is tomorrow and regulatory activity seems to be in the calm before the storm.  Congress further pressured the Administration on the lack of a Unified Agenda, but the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) did complete review on some very time-sensitive regulations, while the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced at least some compliance… Continue Reading

Monday Morning Regulatory Review – 8/27/12

Posted in Constitutional Issues in Regulations, Judicial Process, Judicial Review & Remedies, Regulatory Process

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) dominated last week.  The United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit affirmed the District Court in two cases of note:  upholding HHS’s revised embryonic stem cell research rules and striking down HHS’s tobacco packaging rules – which will be the subjects of future… Continue Reading