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Monday Morning Regulatory Review – 2/22/16: Drone Litigation; COOL Removal & Passenger Screening

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

A holiday-shortened week in regulatory practice found new challenges to drone regulations highlighting some of the peculiarities of regulations attempting to catch up with reality. The demise of authority for country of origin labeling regulations caused its originating agency to submit a new rule for interagency and executive review. Completing review of passenger screening rules… Continue Reading

Monday Morning Regulatory Review – 12/21/15: Drone Registration; Remand Without Vacatur Time & Commercial Air Efficiency

Posted in Judicial Review & Remedies, Regulatory Process

A holiday drone gift contains a new requirement today – registration with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). On old issues, the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit remanded a regulatory action and denied mandamus to compel an agency response to a remand. Finally, the Department of Energy (DOE) claimed the… Continue Reading

Monday Morning Regulatory Review – 4/6/15: Cyber-Threat Executive Order; NLRB Elections Rule; Drones & Privacy; and Confined Spaces in Construction

Posted in Agency Authority, Constitutional Issues in Regulations, Executive - OMB Review, Judicial Review & Remedies

Issues on the periphery of regulatory practice highlighted the last week. The President of the United States (POTUS) unleashed financial regulation resources against cyber-threats by applying regulations and enforcement processes that have historically been used to combat foreign regimes, terrorists, international narcotics traffickers, and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. On the other hand,… Continue Reading