It is important to assess the regulatory environment in which your business operates, including the rules, orders, and guidances that regulatory bodies issue that may affect your industry. In this course, you will be provided with the tools needed to identify regulatory bodies and their activities in your business area. You will examine the processes that regulatory bodies utilize as well as the connections they have to legal systems that affect your business. By understanding the avenues in which regulatory bodies communicate with your industry, you will be poised to support your teams as you stay current with developments affecting your role and beyond.
Note: The information provided in this course is for academic purposes and should not be used as a substitute for legal advice.
Key Course Takeaways
Identify the regulatory bodies in your area of business and their relevance
Assess the principal tools available to regulatory bodies and the legal consequences that flow from each of those tools
Recognize the ways in which regulatory bodies communicate with your industry and stay current with relevant developments
Jed Stiglitz is an Associate Professor of Law and the Jia Jonathan Zhu and Ruyin Ruby Ye Sesquicentennial Fellow. His research focuses on administrative law, with an emphasis on the relationship between judicial review and the values of trust and accountability in the administrative state. Professor Stiglitz also studies legislation and other areas of public law.
Professor Stiglitz’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in the Yale Law Journal; University of Pennsylvania Law Review; Cornell Law Review; Southern California Law Review; Journal of Legal Studies; Journal of Law, Economics, & Organization; Journal of Legal Analysis; Administrative Law Review; Theoretical Inquiries in Law; and the Oxford Handbook of Law and Economics, among other journals. His co-authored book on American elections was published by Princeton University Press in 2012. Professor Stiglitz is co-editor of the Journal of Empirical Legal Studies and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Society for Empirical Legal Studies. Following law school, he clerked for the Honorable Stephen F. Williams of the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals.