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Professor Lietzan speaks at The Federalist Society’s COVID-19 & the Law Conference

Professor Erika Lietzan spoke at The Federalist Society’s COVID-19 & the Law Conference, contributing to the panel Regulation or “Don’t Let a Good Crisis Go to Waste.” She focused on decisions by regulators to de-regulate during the crisis — decisions to exercise enforcement discretion, to waive paperwork requirements, and to remove otherwise applicable restrictions — including decisions made by FDA…

Professor Trachtenberg panelist at Federalist Society conference

Professor Ben Trachtenberg participated in a panel discussion, “Title IX and Due Process at Universities” at The Federalist Society conference in Jefferson City on January 27, 2020. The panel moderator was Judge Stephen R. Clark, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Missouri. The other panelists were Brent Haden, a partner in The Law Firm of Haden & Colbert, and Andy…

Do Regulatory Reform Efforts Inevitably Entrench the Administrative State?: Teleforum Set for August 22

Professor Thom Lambert and J. Kennerly Davis, Jr., will be the speakers in a teleforum scheduled on August 22, “Do Regulatory Reform Efforts Inevitably Entrench the Administrative State?” The forum brings together two speakers well-versed in regulation and regulatory reforms. But they have differing approaches and perspectives on the fundamental assumptions of the current regulatory system.…