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A Return To Rule By Guidance Document?

A Return To Rule By Guidance Document?

In a step backward for due process, the Biden Department of Labor has revoked a Trump‐​era policy meant to rein in the use of informal guidance documents to issue regulatory commands. Per Allen Smith at the Society for Human Resource Management, this raises the...

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Amici and Practitioners Attempt to Read the Arthrex Tea Leaves

Getting Ready for Arthrex: What the Amici Are Saying

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear, on March 1, 2021, whether administrative patent judges (APJs) of the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) are “inferior” officers properly appointed under the Appointments...

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USDA’s Action on RFID Tags Challenged in Court

USDA’s Action on RFID Tags Challenged in Court

In a Wyoming federal district court, Harriet Hageman, senior litigation counsel for the New Civil Liberties Alliance, filed an opening brief related to R-CALF USA's Federal Advisory Committee Act lawsuit against the USDA regarding its mandate of radio frequency...

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Power of the CDC

Power of the CDC

Caleb Kruckenberg, Litigation Counsel for NCLA, joined host Ryan Wrecker on Overnight America to analyze the power of the CDC and the potential for fast-approaching and dangerous overreach.

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How Biden’s First Executive Orders Will Impact CRE

How Biden’s First Executive Orders Will Impact CRE

Newly inaugurated President Joe Biden signed 17 executive orders, memorandums and proclamations on Wednesday afternoon, aiming to set the direction of his administration as well as undo various policies of the previous one. Two will have particular ramifications in...

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