Volume 58, Issue 4

Friending the Privacy Regulators

According to conventional wisdom, data privacy regulators in the European Union are unreasonably demanding, while their American counterparts are laughably lax. Many observers further assume that any privacy enforcement without…
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Preliminary Injunctive Regulation

Rapid technological changes pose serious challenges for the Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) and other regulators charged with protecting human health and the environment. These changes can result not only in…
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Just Compensation as Transfer Prices

Intellectual property creates two serious, seemingly unrelated problems. First, IP creates deadweight losses, because the exclusive rights granted to IP owners allow them to charge higher prices that keep some…
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