This casebook introduces the theory and practice of regulation. Using rich, ready-to-use materials, the book integrates classic and contemporary concepts in regulation, illustrating their significance to legal practice, society, and the economy.
A pioneering casebook, authored by a leading scholar of regulation, offers an overview of concepts and analytical tools used in most areas of law, laying the necessary foundation for regulatory and statutory analysis.
Tested in the classroom, the book offers a framework for a first-year or upper-level course. The book is designed to familiarize students with a wide range of regulatory and statutory materials and analytical techniques. Students have the opportunity to appreciate jurisprudential developments in regulation through classic cases such as Munn, The Slaughter-House Cases, Lochner, New State Ice, and the 2012 National Federation of Independent Business, as well as the study the Great Recession and financial bubbles.