The FTC’s Litigation: In Court and In-House

This episode is from the fourth panel of the Gray Center’s October 14 conference, “The Administration of Antitrust: The FTC and the Rule of Law.” It features the following experts: […]

The FTC and the Roberts Court: The Major Questions Doctrine, Rulemaking, and More

This episode is from the third panel of the Gray Center’s October 14 conference, “The Administration of Antitrust: The FTC and the Rule of Law.” It features the following experts: […]

Keynote Speech by William E. Kovacic

This episode is from the Keynote Speech of the Gray Center’s October 14 conference, “The Administration of Antitrust: The FTC and the Rule of Law.” It was given by William […]

The FTC’s Independence After Seila Law v. CFPB

This episode is from the second panel of the Gray Center’s October 14 conference, “The Administration of Antitrust: The FTC and the Rule of Law.” It features the following experts: […]

American Antitrust Law: Where Are We, and Where Are We Going?

This episode is from the first panel of the Gray Center’s October 14 conference, “The Administration of Antitrust: The FTC and the Rule of Law.” It features the following experts: […]

Regulatory Budgeting: Past and Future

Adam White and Jace Lington chat with Anthony P. Campau about his experience with regulatory budgeting during the Trump administration. They discuss Campau’s recent paper, Regulatory Budgeting in the U.S. […]

Regulate Big Tech?

Adam White and Jace Lington chat with NYU Law Professor Richard Epstein and Meta Oversight Board Member John Samples about the debate surrounding whether and how to regulate Big Tech […]

The Pulse of the Court: Separation of Powers, Criminal Law, & Petitions from the Second Circuit

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 week, that addresses […]

The Administration of Criminal Justice

Adam White and Jace Lington chat with NYU Professor Rachel E. Barkow about Florida Governor Ron DeSantis suspending a state attorney for announcing his intention not to prosecute certain cases […]

Rediscovering the Roots of Administrative Procedure

Adam White and Jace Lington talk with Emily Bremer from the University of Notre Dame Law School about the Administrative Procedure Act and her two recent law review articles about […]

Major Questions About the Future of the Chevron Doctrine

Adam White and Jace Lington, Research Director at the Gray Center, chat with Columbia Law School Professor Thomas W. Merrill about his new book: The Chevron Doctrine: Its Rise and […]

Pulse of the Court: West Virginia v. EPA Reaction

Professor Jenn Mascott is joined by Chad Squitieri, associate at Gibson, Dunn, & Crutcher LLP and Eli Nachmany, Senior Research Fellow at the C. Boyden Gray Center, to discuss the […]

Keynote Conversation with Ambassador C. Boyden Gray

Boyden Gray, former White House Counsel and U.S. Ambassador to the European Union, chats with Gray Center Co-Executive Director Jennifer Mascott, where he described how Congress has changed over the […]

Congress, Jurisdiction, Process, & the Institution of the Supreme Court

This panel discussion, from the Gray Center’s May 25 Capitol Hill Conference, consisted of a timely discussion on the leaked Dobbs draft opinion and the implications of this relating to […]

Congress Versus the Executive

This panel discussion, from the Gray Center’s May 25 Capitol Hill Conference, focused on how Congress can exercise effective oversight authority to get nonpublic information from the Executive Branch. It […]

The Nondelegation Doctrine

Adam chats with AEI’s Peter Wallison and John Yoo about their new book: The Administrative State Before the Supreme Court: Perspectives on the Nondelegation Doctrine. They discuss common arguments about […]

Lunchtime Conversation Featuring The Honorable Paul D. Clement

Ed Whelan, Distinguished Senior Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, chats with Paul D. Clement, 43rd Solicitor General of the United States, about Clement’s experience with religious liberty […]

Religious Liberty and the Supreme Court

Attorneys Nathan Lewin, Erin E. Murphy, Mark Rienzi, and Marc D. Stern talk about upcoming religious liberty cases before the US Supreme Court in a panel discussion moderated by former […]

Religious Liberty, Government Regulation, and the Public Square

Matt Bowman of Alliance Defending Freedom, Andrea R. Lucas of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and Roger T. Severino of the Ethics and Public Policy Center talk about developing policy […]

Submerged Independent Agencies: With Brian D. Feinstein

Adam chats with Wharton School Assistant Professor Brian D. Feinstein about his new paper, “Submerged Independent Agencies,” co-authored with the University of Chicago Law School’s Jennifer Nou. The paper covers […]

The Gray Lecture on the Administrative State Panel Discussion: The Future of Independent Agencies After Seila and Collins

On March 18, the Gray Center hosted the First Annual Gray Lecture on the Administrative State, an event that we hope to make a keynote of our calendar each year. […]

Controlling Rent Control: Andrew Pincus on his Constitutional Case Against New York City

Last month, the Second Circuit heard oral arguments in Community Housing Improvement Program v. City of New York, a constitutional challenge to New York’s Rent Stabilization Law. The plaintiffs argue […]

“The Pulse of the Court”: Lawsuits Against Government Officers & the February Sitting

Steven Engel Today, in the Gray Center’s “Pulse of the Court” podcast series, Steve Engel of Dechert LLP and Jenn discuss the just-completed February oral argument sitting at the Supreme […]

The Administrative State Goes to Court: A “Halftime” Analysis of the Supreme Court’s Term

Please join us for a conversation on the Supreme Court’s term so far, and the cases soon to be heard. Halfway through the Supreme Court’s term, the Justices already have […]