Writing on the review of referee decisions in soccer games by Video Assistant Referee (VAR) technology, Eliana Fleischer argues "that different categories of VAR review require distinct standards of review to match the subjectivity of the referee’s decision and the informational asymmetry between the referee and VAR."
In Seila Law, the Court invalidated the for-cause removal protection of the CFPB's director. Or did it? John Harrison explains that courts only find invalidity; they cannot make it.
Partisan deadlock on the Federal Election Commission has left campaign finance rules underenforced at a crucial time. Kate Harris highlights how courts have—and should—grapple with partisan deadlock when our elections are at stake.
Facebook's new Oversight Board is an unprecedented experiment in content moderation governance. But how will it work—and why does it matter?