Volume 63, Number 4

 

ARTICLES

Calibrating Chevron for Preemption
Gregory M. Dickinson

A Cost-Benefit Interpretation of the "Substantially Similar" Hurdle in the Congressional Review Act: Can OSHA Ever Utter the E-Word (Ergonomics) Again?
Adam M. Finkel and Jason W. Sullivan

Fixing the Flaws in the Federal Vaccine Injury Compensation Program
Peter H. Meyers

 

COMMENT

Setting Labor Policy Prospectively: Rulemaking, Adjudicating, and What the NLRB Can Learn from the NMB's Representation Election Rule
Emily Baver

 

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

Legal Issues in E-Rulemaking
Bridget C.E. Dooling

A Regulatory Quick Fix for Carcieri v. Salazar: How the Department of Interior Can Invoke an Alternative Source of Existing Statutory Authority to Overcome an Adverse Judgment Under the Chevron Doctrine
Howard L. Highland

 

ADDRESS

Mr. Justice Marshall Rothstein, Supreme Court of Canada, to the American Bar Association, Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice
Justice Marshall Rothstein