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

Courthouse Steps Oral Argument: Corner Post, Inc. v. Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

February 15, 2024

On February 20, 2024, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral argument in Corner Post, Inc. v. Board of Governors of…

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A New Dawn of Workplace Regulation: The Gig Economy

January 30, 2024

This documentary explores the historical evolution of worker classification, tracking the changes in the DOL’s rules during both the Trump and Biden administrations and examining different actions at the state level.

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Congress and the Future of Agency Authority: A Discussion of Three Major Administrative Law Cases and Their Implications for Congress

January 5, 2024

The Federalist Society’s Capitol Hill Chapter and the Regulatory Transparency Project invite you to join them for a luncheon at…

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Litigation Update: Bella Health and Wellness v. Weiser

November 30, 2023

In Bella Health and Wellness v. Weiser, a Colorado faith-based healthcare provider is challenging a recent Colorado law banning a treatment commonly…

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Contracts, Labor & Employment Law After SFFA

November 21, 2023

In June the U.S. Supreme Court issued its decision in Students for Fair Admissions Inc. v. President and Fellows of Harvard…

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The Debate Over Standard Essential Patents

November 20, 2023

Standardized technologies make it possible for devices and equipment to have common components so, for instance, a pair of headphones can plug into any headphone jack. These technologies are often developed through expensive and timely research so many of them are protected by standard essential patents (SEPs).

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Regulation and Red Tape: Tax Inversions: Unpacking the Pfizer Case

November 3, 2023

In episode four of the “Regulation and Red Tape ” series, experts provide an exposition of corporate tax inversions, spotlighting Pfizer’s case, and raise pivotal questions concerning the balance of powers when time-sensitive policy matters are at stake.

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The Bank Secrecy Act and Financial Privacy

October 30, 2023

The Bank Secrecy Act was designed to combat money laundering, terrorism, and other criminal activities. In order to detect criminals, financial institutions are required to maintain records on every customer. What rights should customers have to financial privacy?

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Central Bank Digital Currency: A Benefit or a Burden for Citizens?

October 30, 2023

How is a Central Bank Digital Currency (or CBDC) different from other cryptocurrencies or from digital money that people spend using debit and credit cards? A CBDC would be directly controlled and operated by the government rather than private financial institutions.

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[Film Screening & Discussion] Sackett v. EPA: A Tale of Wetland Regulations

October 17, 2023

Join the Federalist Society and the American Conservation Coalition for a film screening and discussion of Sackett v. EPA: A…

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