In 2011, the Administrative Conference issued Recommendation 2011-6 on International Regulatory Cooperation (IRC). In the ensuing years, IRC has become an increasingly salient topic. Prominent developments include the issuance of Executive Order 13,609 (which adopts many of the proposals in Recommendation 2011-6), the opening of negotiations on the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), and increasingly close coordination between U.S. agencies and their counterparts overseas. Building on this momentum, a group of scholars including ACUS Research Chief Reeve T. Bull participated in a forum on IRC at New York University Law School in 2014. Law & Contemporary Problems, a law journal housed at Duke University School of Law, recently published the articles discussed at that forum.
You can read the full text of the articles at the following link.