The Supreme Court’s 2018 Regulatory Term

During its recently concluded term, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down decisions that touched on a wide range of pressing regulatory and administrative law questions. The topics addressed by the Court included those involving public unions, state gambling laws, e-commerce taxes, and the use of presidential authority to control immigration. “The Court took up a strikingly large number of important regulatory cases this term,” noted Cary Coglianese, director of the Penn Program on Regulation. “This series of essays in The Regulatory Review demonstrates the significant impact these cases will have on the administrative and regulatory world.” In this series, we present numerous essays by leading legal scholars and practitioners commenting on the Court’s most significant regulatory decisions from this past term. We will be running new essays each day this week, and we look forward to publishing numerous additional essays in the weeks ahead. Readers…

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