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

A Dawning Era for Vertical Mergers? The New Vertical Merger Guidelines, the FTC’s Challenge to Illumina/Grail, and the Future of Enforcement

July 9, 2021

A panel of experts discusses the recent developments in the vertical merger space, the theories at issue in the Illumina/Grail case, and implications for future enforcement activity.

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Net Neutrality and the Evolving Internet

July 1, 2021

Does net neutrality improve or hinder competition? Is it better for the consumer?

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How Should Flavored Vapes Be Regulated?

June 21, 2021

Should flavored nicotine vapes be banned because they might contribute to youth addiction, or should flavors be allowed because they encourage adult smokers to switch to vaping?

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The Path Forward on Agency Guidance

On Friday, June 18, the Regulatory Transparency Project hosted a panel discussion on all things agency guidance.

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Talks with Authors: Administrative Law Theory and Fundamentals: An Integrated Approach

June 11, 2021

Professors Ilan Wurman and Richard Epstein discuss Professor Wurman’s new casebook on administrative law.

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Telehealth: The Regulatory Frontier

May 27, 2021

In this Fourth Branch video, medical professionals and legal experts examine the debates over the regulation of telehealth.

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Who Can Sue Under the Antitrust Laws? Antitrust Injury Under Brunswick Corp. v. Pueblo Bowl-O-Mat

May 24, 2021

The 1977 Supreme Court case Brunswick Corp. v. Pueblo Bowl-O-Mat set an important precedent about who can or cannot be a plaintiff in an antitrust suit.

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The Library of Congress Mandatory Deposit Rule: An Outdated Burden?

May 19, 2021

Is it time to rethink the Library of Congress’s mandatory deposit rule?

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Artificial Intelligence and Bias

May 17, 2021

Experts discuss concerns about artificial intelligence systems’ potential biases against racial minorities and other identity groups.

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(Un)Civil War: The Future of Conservative Antitrust

May 11, 2021

Professors Joshua D. Wright and John Yun discuss the future of the conservative approach to antitrust law.

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