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Monday Morning Regulatory Review – 2/6/17: Gorsuch to SCOTUS; Regulatory Budgeting; Fiduciary Rule Reconsideration; Congressional Disapproval Resurrection; and Petitions & Political Debates

Posted in Constitutional Issues in Regulations, Judicial Process, Regulatory Process

A complicated and busy week in regulatory practice requires extended comments and a little patience.  The President of the United States (POTUS) nominated Judge Neil Gorsuch to be an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) and that will likely soon require new thinking about judicial deference to agency interpretations.  POTUS… Continue Reading

Monday Morning Regulatory Review – 4/30/12

Posted in Executive - OMB Review, Judicial Review & Remedies, Legislation, Regulatory Flexibility & Small Business

Regulations:  The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) began review on three more Small Business Administration (SBA) planned system of adjustments to the Small Business Size Standards, which generally increase the scope of regulatory flexibility analyses and the pool of businesses that are eligible for small business contracts.  OMB completed review of SBA final rules… Continue Reading

Monday Morning Regulatory Review – 4/23/12

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

Last Week:  Inadequate economic analysis at the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and delay in rulemaking by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) were the focus of Congressional hearings.  Meanwhile, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued new rules and proposals with both economic analysis and delay issues. This Week:  United States District Court decisions… Continue Reading