Administrative & Regulatory
Administrative agencies and changes in the area of regulatory law, are two areas of law which are regularly covered in the news media. And, because these areas of law change frequently, it is important to have the latest news which is available. The National Law Review covers the latest administrative and regulatory actions as they unfold. From appointment of new Administrative law judges (ALJs), to the appointment of the Officer of Management and Budget office in Mick Mulvaney, the National Law Review covers this, and other agency and regulatory news as it unfolds.
New regulations in tax-law, rulemaking decisions, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and the latest news in regulatory agendas, are reported on daily on NLR’s website. The adjudication and enforcement of regulatory agendas, new appointments to government offices and agencies, and news from the federal and state-level, is updated on the National Law Review daily. Readers can find information about new legislation, law-making, changes in government agencies, the appointment of new directors, and litigation involving administrative and regulatory news as it unfolds.
Anything encompassing new government regulations will also be found under the administrative and regulatory law section on The National Law Review. Regulations made by government agencies via the powers appointed to them by statutes or the Constitution are highly covered topics on the National Law Review as well. For visitors who want the latest information on the new administration which is heading the CFPB, to reading about new state regulations where they live, will find such topics covered on NLR.
Because news is unfolding on a regular basis, visitors want to read about the latest topics, areas of concern, and rulemaking which might affect them in the future. The National Law Review adds new content on a daily basis, meaning visitors will always have up-to-date legal analysis on regulations that may impact their business.
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