Deep Dive Episode 6 – Laws, Regulations, and “Regulatory Dark Matter”

Wayne Crews (Competitive Enterprise Institute) explores “regulatory dark matter”: the thousands of executive branch and federal agency proclamations and issuances that carry practical (if not always technically legally) binding regulatory effect.

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Deep Dive Episode 5 – LabMD v. FTC: A David Against Goliath Story

Justin “Gus” Hurwitz (Nebraska College of Law) and Michael Daugherty (LabMD) discuss Michael’s experience defending his medical testing lab against allegations by the FTC that it had deficient cybersecurity practices.

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Deep Dive Episode 4 – “Uber of the Sky”: The Story of Flytenow

Alan Guichard (Flytenow) and Jonathan Riches (Goldwater Institute) discuss how Alan’s innovative ridesharing platform for small planes was outlawed by the FAA.

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Deep Dive Episode 3 – SEC Increased Use of Administrative Proceedings and “The $2,200 Man”

Michael Kelly (Hogan Lovells) and Eric Wanger (Wanger Investment Management) discuss the SEC’s use of administrative proceedings in this episode of Fourth Branch.

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Deep Dive Episode 2 – Regulatory Transparency Project: What and Why?

Amb. C. Boyden Gray and Devon Westhill, discuss the Regulatory Transparency Project and the value of a robust public conversation about the benefits and costs of regulatory policies.

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Deep Dive Episode 1 – Introduction

Devon Westhill introduces and describes the Regulatory Transparency Project’s podcast series.

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