36 Yale J. on Reg. [i] (2019)

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Yale ournal on






Regulation

                          Volume 36, Number 1         Winter 2019









 Articles
 Mihailis E. Diamantis
 Successor Identity

 Gregory Klass
 Empiricism and Privacy Policies in the Restatement of Consumer Contract
 Law

 Kobi Kastiel & Adi Libson
 Global Antitakeover Devices

 Nicholas R. Parrillo
 Federal Agency Guidance and the Power to Bind: An Empirical Study of
 Agencies and Industries

 Roberta Romano
 Does Agency Structure Affect Agency Decisionmaking? Implications of the
 CFPB's Design for Administrative Governance

 Robert F. Weber
 The FSOC's Designation Program as a Case Study of the New Administrative
 Law of Financial Supervision

 Essay
 Adam  J. Levitin, Nancy S. Kim, Christina L. Kunz, Peter Linzer,
 Patricia A. McCoy, Juliet M. Moringiello, Elizabeth A. Renuart &
 Lauren E. Willis
 The Faulty Foundation of the Draft Restatement of Consumer Contracts

 Note
 Peter Beck
 Exemption Federalism: Regulatory Carve-Outs and the Protection of Local
 Farms

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