Notice & Comment

Author: Aaron L. Nielson

Notice & Comment

D.C. Circuit Review – Reviewed: Our (Relatively) Uncontroversial Appointments Clause

Separation-of-powers cases tend to be controversial. For instance, when the D.C. Circuit last addressed removal and initially concluded that Congress could not grant the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Director “for cause” protection, the United States argued that the panel had “set[] up what may be the most important separation-of-powers case in a generation.” What followed […]