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9 Jun 2017, 3:29 am by Scott Bomboy
In our Interactive Constitution, scholars Eric Biber and Thomas C. [read post]
15 Jul 2008, 4:48 pm
Albiston, Kenneth Bamberger, Eric Biber, Mark Brilliant, Marianne Constable, Robert Cooter, Lauren Edelman, Samera Esmeir, Sean Farhang, Malcolm Feeley, Kinch Hoekstra, Rucker Johnson, Robert Kagan, Linda Krieger, Christopher Kutz, David Lieberman, Kristin Luker, Robert MacCoun, Charles McClain, Justin McCrary, Laura Nader, Anne Joseph O'Connell, Steven Raphael, Daniel Rubinfeld, Harry Scheiber, Martin Shapiro, Gordon Silverstein, David Sklansky, Jonathan Simon, Sarah Song,… [read post]
12 Mar 2018, 3:20 am
In the National Constitution’s Interactive Constitution, Eric Biber and Thomas B. [read post]
15 Aug 2022, 7:09 am by Dan Farber
Eric Biber has been a pioneer in exploring one aspect of the politics: renewable energy policies create stronger renewable industries, which then push for even stronger policies. [read post]
13 Sep 2011, 11:12 am by Richard Frank
My colleague, Berkeley Law Professor Eric Biber, has previously commented on one of the bills currently on Governor Brown’s desk. [read post]
28 Dec 2014, 9:30 pm by RegBlog
The Role of Permits in the Regulatory State Eric Biber (UC Berkeley School of Law) & J.B. [read post]
27 Mar 2020, 9:05 pm by Milad Emamian
” The President does not have the power to modify national monuments, argue law professors Mark Squillace, Eric Biber, Nicholas Bryner, and Sean Hecht in a recent paper published by the Virginia Law Review Online. [read post]
16 Nov 2017, 9:30 pm by Sarah Madigan
WHAT WE’RE READING THIS WEEK In an article for Vanderbilt Law Review, Eric Biber of the University of California, Berkeley School of Law argued that the sharing economy has created policy disruption—a disjunction between the regulatory scheme and the industry being regulated. [read post]
25 Oct 2010, 9:10 pm by Holly Doremus
At the time, Eric Biber and I argued in an LA Times op-ed that although splitting MMS was a good idea it wouldn't be enough to solve the agency's many problems, notably including routinely shoddy environmental reviews. [read post]