Save the Date: Conference on US-EU International Regulatory Cooperation in Practice
August 16, 2016
The George Washington University Regulatory Studies Center and the European Union Delegation to the USA are hosting a Conference on US-EU International Regulatory Cooperation in Practice on Thursday, September 15, 2016, from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm at the EU Delegation to the US, 2175 K Street NW (entrance on 22nd St. NW), Washington, DC 20037.
The conference will feature senior officials from the European Commission, current and former U.S. government officials, stakeholders, and the authors of recent studies on US-EU regulatory cooperation:
US-EU Regulatory Cooperation: Lessons and Opportunities
Former government officials examine how cooperation has worked in practice between U.S. regulatory agencies and their EU counterparts from the U.S. DOT, FDA and CPSC. The report also includes an analysis of U.S. regulations likely to have significant effects on international trade and investment.
Learning from Experience: Three Case Studies in International Regulatory Cooperation
Administrative law scholars draw on extensive primary research to craft three case studies of transnational regulatory cooperation involving the U.S. FAA, PHMSA and FDA, working with their foreign counterparts to address shared safety risks.
Susan E. Dudley, the George Washington University Regulatory Studies Center; former Administrator of OIRA
Neil Eisner, American University, Washington College of Law; formerly with the DOT
Richard Parker, University of Connecticut School of Law; formerly in the Office of the USTR
Randall Lutter, University of Virginia, Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy; formerly with the FDA
David Zorn, George Mason University, Antonin Scalia Law School; formerly with the FDA
Nancy Nord, Law Firm of Olsson Frank Weeda Terman Matz PC; former Commissioner on the CPSC
Daniel R. Pérez, the George Washington University Regulatory Studies Center