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Unburden Yourself: FDA Requests Comments on Ways to Implement President Trump’s Regulatory Reform Executive Orders

Earlier this year, in an effort to alleviate unnecessary regulatory burdens, President Trump issued two executive orders, Executive Order 13771, Reducing Regulatory and Controlling Regulatory Costs and Executive Order 13777, Enforcing the Regulatory Reform Agenda. On September 8, 2017, FDA published several notices in the Federal Register, to implement these orders, soliciting comments from the

Chris Grayling: one job too many?

The Joint Committee of the House of Lords and House of Commons on Human Rights today published its report entitled, “The implications for access to justice of the Government’s proposals to reform judicial review” (the “Report“).

A listening Government? Justice Secretary backs down on changes to judicial review rules on standing, but stands firm on procedural defects

The Ministry of Justice has released its response to the consultation on the latest proposals for judicial review reform.  Although it has backed down on a number of controversial proposals, it will now bring forward legislation making significant changes to the approach to permission and costs. Proposed changes to the standing test and to the

UK Government launches consultation on far-reaching changes to regulatory and competition appeals across industry sectors

The UK Government has today launched a consultation on reforming regulatory and competition appeals. The consultation (which can be found here) sets out proposals to change significantly rights of appeal in relation to decisions made by Ofcom, Ofwat, Ofgem, the CAA, Office of Rail Regulation and Northern Ireland Authority for Utility Regulation, as well as

The Government sets out its proposals for judicial review reform

Following David Cameron’s announcement to the CBI on 19 November, as described on this blog, that the Government would reform the judicial review process, the Ministry of Justice has now published a consultation paper with its proposals for reform (the “Proposals“). Under the existing system, the Government argues, only a small proportion of applications (one