Congressional Oversight Disputes as Political Questions, Part I: The Decline of the Interbranch Accommodation Doctrine
Yale Journal on Regulation Notice and Comment
In Part I, I argue that the accommodation doctrine - a ripeness doctrine courts within the D.C. Circuit have relied upon in assessing the appropriateness of judicial enforcement of a congressional subpoena against the Executive branch - has declined in its vitality and utility.
Epstein, Daniel, Congressional Oversight Disputes as Political Questions, Part I (June 9, 2020). Yale Journal of Regulation (Notice and Comment), 2020.