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Online Symposium: Is Immigration Law Administrative Law?, Introduction by Jill E. Family
JREG Notice and Comment - Monday, February 08, 2016

What kind of law is immigration law?  Read more...

Fighting IRS Regulations Might Become Easier, by Andy Grewal
JREG Notice and Comment - Sunday, February 07, 2016

It has generally been quite difficult for taxpayers to challenge alleged abuses of the IRS’s regulatory authority. Under section 7421(a) of the tax code, courts lack jurisdiction over suits “for the purpose of restraining the assessment or collection of any tax.” Commentators generally believe that this statute, commonly referred to as the Anti-Injunction Act, prohibits pre-enforcement challenges to the validity of IRS regulations.   Read more...

D.C. Circuit Review – Reviewed: Time Travel, by Aaron Nielson
JREG Notice and Comment - Saturday, February 06, 2016

This week was a quiet one at the D.C. Circuit, at least in terms of “admin law.” Aside from a couple of unanimous NLRB decisions, the court did not address regulatory issues at all. So if labor law is not your thing, feel free to take this week off—though come back next week. But if you want to stick around, this week’s theme is a fun one: We’re going to go backwards and forwards in time.   Read more...

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