Judicial Remedies and Agency Actions

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How Should the Court Respond to the Combination of Political Polarity, Legislative Impotence, and Executive Branch Overreach?By Richard J. Pierce, Jr., Lyle T. Alverson Professor of Law, George Washington University

Professor Mascott provides remarks in USA Today article on the major questions doctrine, Biden Administration regulations, and textualism

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“Biden’s Ability to bypass Congress, starting with student debt relief, faces ‘major’ legal hurdle” By John Fritze

Listen to the newest Gray Matters Podcast Episode

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“Regulatory Budgeting: Past and Future,” featuring Anthony Campau

Watch the recording of our 10/14 Antitrust Conference

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Includes 4 panels and Keynote Speech from William E. Kovacic

Listen to the new Gray Matters Podcast Episode

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“Regulate Big Tech?” Featuring Richard Epstein and John Samples

Watch the Antitrust Conference Livestream Here

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Begins 10/14 at 8:55 am ET

Listen to the new “Pulse of the Court” Gray Matters Podcast Episode

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Featuring Prof. Steve Vladeck (U-Texas) & Prof. Jenn Mascott

Watch the new “Pulse of the Court” Gray Matters Podcast Episode

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Featuring Prof. Steve Vladeck (U-Texas) & Prof. Jenn Mascott Join Prof. Steve Vladeck (U-Texas) & Prof. Jenn Mascott who discuss Prof. Mascott’s amicus brief in Nordlicht v. U.S. (21-1319), distributed for the Court’s 9/28 conference this […]

Register For Our 10/14 Antitrust Conference Now

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On Friday, October 14, the Gray Center and the Global Antitrust Institute of George Mason’s Antonin Scalia Law School will host a full-day conference on the Federal Trade Commission, the […]