Leading experts discuss the pros and cons of government regulations and explain how they affect everyday life for Americans.

Deep Dive Episode 90 – The New Definition of WOTUS

February 24, 2020

In this episode, Daren Bakst, Tony Francois, and John Paul Woodley discuss the new definition of WOTUS and its potential impacts.

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Deep Dive Episode 89 – The New DOJ-USPTO-NIST Policy Statement on Remedies for Infringement of Standard-Essential Patents

February 21, 2020

In this episode, David Jones, Kristen Osenga, and Brad Watts discuss this new interagency policy statement and its potential impacts. Adam Mossoff moderates.

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Deep Dive Episode 88 – The Whys and Hows of Commenting on Rules

February 19, 2020

In this episode, Susan Dudley, Karen Harned, and Brian Mannix give an overview of the process and value of the public commenting process for proposed regulations.

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Explainer Episode 11 – GDPR Compliance and Cybersecurity Concerns

February 18, 2020

In this episode, Ashley Baker and Neil Chilson discuss the implications for data security under recently-enacted privacy laws.

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Deep Dive Episode 87 – The Dubious Morality of Modern Administrative Law

February 11, 2020

This podcast features audio from a recent event held at the University of California, Berkeley, featuring the insights of Richard Epstein and Daniel Farber.

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Deep Dive Episode 86 – Amazon’s Case Against Trump

January 28, 2020

Dan Kelly, Alexander Major and Franklin Turner, nationally recognized commentators and practitioners in the federal bid protest arena, unpack what we know about Amazon’s case, and discuss the possible grounds, laws and regulations governing mandates for competitive contracting by federal agencies.

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Deep Dive Episode 85 – State Regulators and the Gig Economy

January 24, 2020

Gig-economy companies like Uber, Lyft, DoorDash, and others have disrupted sectors across the economy. Alex MacDonald discusses the implications of state regulations for the future of gig work and, perhaps, a better way forward.

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Tech Roundup Episode 7 – Driverless Cars and Artificial Intelligence

January 21, 2020

In this episode, Adam Thierer and Caleb Watney discuss the emerging questions surrounding the progress of driverless car technology and its regulation.

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Tech Roundup Episode 6 – Constitutional Concerns about State Privacy Regulation

January 10, 2020

Do recent state privacy rules, like California’s CCPA, impinge on free speech, violate the dormant commerce clause, or are they preempted by other federal laws? Ian Adams and Jennifer Huddleston Discuss.

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Explainer Episode 10 – Did Harvard Admissions Discriminate Against Asians?

December 20, 2019

In Students for Fair Admissions, Inc. v. Harvard, it is alleged that Harvard admissions discriminated against Asians applicants. In this episode, Pacific Legal Foundation attorney Wen Fa discusses the case, the legal context in which the case was brought, and the case’s potential implications.

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