REGULATION by LITIGATION ROUNDTABLE
The Center for Business Law and Regulation sponsored a September 25, 2009 roundtable, based on the recent book, Regulation by Litigation by Andrew Morriss, University of Illinois; Bruce Yandle, Clemson University; and Andrew Dorchak, Case Western Reserve University School of Law. The book offers a systematic analysis of the use of litigation to impose substantive regulatory measures, including a public choice-based analysis of why agencies choose to litigate in some circumstances.
The half-day roundtable began with a brief presentation of the book by its authors, followed by critical commentary by Jonathan Cannon, University of Virginia; Cary Coglianese, University of Pennsylvania; and William Funk, Lewis & Clark. A roundtable discussion followed. View the archived Webcast of the Roundtable.
The book: Regulation by Litigation
REGULATION by LITIGATION: BOON or BANE?
The Center for Business Law and Regulation cosponsored a March 17, 2009 event, "Regulation by Litigation: Boon or Bane?" that took place in Washington, DC and was cosponsored by The Federalist Society Administrative Law Practice Group and Litigation Practice Group. Speakers included Andrew Morriss, University of Illinois; Bruce Yandle, Clemson University; Andrew Dorchak, Case Western Reserve University School of Law; David Vladeck, Georgetown University Law Center; Roger Martella, Sidley Austin LLP. The event was moderated by Professor Jonathan Adler, Director of the Center for Business Law and Regulation, Case Western Reserve University School of Law. Listen to the archived Audio.
Research Materials on Regulation by Litigation
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