Tag Archives: Governing

THIS IS TRUE FOR ALL LEFTIES: ‘Do as I say, not as I do’ is Bill de Blasio rule for governing….

THIS IS TRUE FOR ALL LEFTIES: ‘Do as I say, not as I do’ is Bill de Blasio rule for governing. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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Ep. 39 – Hannah Bloch-Wehba on Who is Governing the Algorithms?

When you think of algorithmic governance, you may go right to things like predictive law enforcement, or risk assessment of setting bail or prison sentences for those in the criminal justice system. However, algorithms have a much broader application in … Continue reading

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Principles governing judicial review of administrative determinations pursuant to the substantial evidence standard

The Justice Center for the Protection of People with Special Needs [Justice] issued a report setting out an adverse "substantiated finding" involving Petitioner's interactions with an individual with special needs ["Service Recipient"]. Petitioner asked Justice to amend its report to … Continue reading

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Governing China's Administrative Monopolies Under the Anti-Monopoly Law: A Ten-Year Review (2008-2018) and Beyond

Zhanjiang Zhang, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics – School of Law and Baiding Wu offer Governing China's Administrative Monopolies Under the Anti-Monopoly Law: A Ten-Year Review (2008-2018) and Beyond. ABSTRACT: The enforcement of China’s Anti-Monopoly Law (AML) against administrative… … Continue reading

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Cyber Security Free Webinar offered by Governing Magazine

GOVERNING MAGAZINE notes that experts predict that "2019 will be a successful year for cybercriminals. To protect constituent data, government agencies must ensure they utilize the most effective security strategies – not an easy task as cybercriminals constantly devise new and … Continue reading

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