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This Week in Regulation

IN THE NEWS President Donald Trump declared that he will reduce the size of two national monuments in Utah, Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante. President Trump said that the current protections on the land are “abuses of the Antiquities Act” … Continue reading

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Regulation of Artificial Intelligence – Surrey, UK

The Surrey Centre for Law and Philosophy (University of Surrey School of Law) presents Workshop on the Regulation of Artificial Intelligence March 14-15, 2018. The abstract deadline was Nov. 30, 2017. Hat tip: IP and IT Conferences Read more detail … Continue reading

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Are We Maximizing the Benefit of Our Securities Regulation Dollars?

The SEC, like every other government regulator, has limited funds. Its challenge is to use its limited budget to achieve the biggest bang for the buck. Or, to move the analysis one step back in time, Congress faces the same… … Continue reading

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Nakagawa: International Harmonization of Economic Regulation

Junji Nakagawa (Univ. of Tokyo – Institute of Social Science) has published International Harmonization of Economic Regulation (Oxford Univ. Press 2011). Here's the abstract: With the advancing globalization of the world economy, domestic economic regulations are becoming more and more … Continue reading

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CSA's proposed venture regime seeks to tailor regulation

Tim McCormick – The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) have introduced a new mandatory regulatory regime for venture issuers intended to provide a more tailored approach to the regulation of the venture market. As discussed in an earlier blog post, on … Continue reading

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