Category Archives: Administrative Law

The SEC Is Considering A Political Spending Disclosure Rule

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The Wall Street Journal reported last week that the SEC is considering a recommendation that the agency’s commissioners propose a rule mandating disclosure of corporate political spending. Under such a rule, publicly traded companies would need to report all political spending, including any lobbying activity conducted on behalf of the company. Current rules do not [...]

How The Supreme Court’s Certiorari Process Could Be Improved By Borrowing From Administrative Law Principles

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Many have argued that the Supreme Court’s process for choosing cases is too secretive, allows too much influence to the Court’s clerks, provides too many opportunities to business interests and too little opportunities to public interests, and should be changed. To alleviate some of these concerns, scholars have proposed changes to the Court’s certiorari process. The proposals [...]
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