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Monday Morning Regulatory Review – 1/9/17: New Legislative Outlook; Occupational Beryllium & V2V Communications Proposal

Posted in Legislation, Regulatory Process

Congress returned this week and began consideration of old legislative ideas for regulatory reform with a new perspective – and one that now merits attention.  Perhaps the last major labor regulation is published today, but one that may not be as contentious as previous rules have proven to be.  And among transition jumping proposals, vehicle… Continue Reading

Monday Morning Regulatory Review – 1/12/14: NLRB Election Rule Litigation II; Regulatory Reform; & Conciliation Prerequisite

Posted in Agency Authority, Judicial Review & Remedies, Legislation

A few small nuggets deserve attention, although no earth shattering developments rocked administrative law last week.  Reopening two old chapters in the annals, a new suit challenges the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) 2014 union representation election rule and the House of Representatives this week moves reform of the Administrative Procedure Act (APA) near the… Continue Reading

House Passes Massive Administrative Law Reforms – President’s Advisors Recommend Veto – Future Uncertain

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

The U.S. House of Representatives passed massive changes in the Administrative Procedure Act (APA), Regulatory Flexibility Act (RFA), and the Congressional Review Act (CRA) in late 2011.  The President’s Senior Advisors indicated they would recommend that POTUS veto all of these bills if presented to him.  Senate action, and thus enactment, is unlikely.  The House… Continue Reading