The Federalist Society has a new blog called "Executive Branch Review." Interesting early posts include Peggy Little on the CFPB and Allison Somin on EEOC's use of disparate impact theory to challenge employers' use of criminal background checks. We've certainly spoken out on the latter.
New blog: Executive Branch Review
- "Worst FDNY class in the department's history"
- How the trial-lawyer tax is hurting hiring
- Where are the lawsuits on behalf of Asian-Americans?
- Hans Bader on disparate impact liability
- Does Fisher matter?
- Things that should be bigger scandals department
- "They want us to go back to the same old policies that got us into this mess in the first place"
- The soft bigotry of low expectations
- Rutledge and Drahozal on CFPB arbitration regulation
- EEOC: 600-pound man entitled to ADA protection
- "Equal Opportunity Employment Restoration Act"
- CFPB paternalism
- Around the web, May 1
- EEOC "guidance" on use of conviction records
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