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What Happened in Vagueness Stayed in Deference: A Note on Leaving Chevron
Topic: Managing Regulatory Activism
By Gary C. Marfin, former Associate Dean of the School of Engineering at Rice University and Manager of Government Relations with Conoco; and Christopher H. Marraro, a Partner with BakerHostetler in the firmís Washington, DC office.†
Legal Backgrounder, June 30, 2017
Circulating Opinion: Oregon Restaurant and Lodging Assoc. v. Perez
Topic: Managing Regulatory Activism
Opinion by The Honorable Diarmuid F. OíScannlain, US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
Circulating Opinion, April 21, 2017
Chevron Doctrine Is Opposed to Administrative Procedure Actís Text and Legislative History
Topic: Managing Regulatory Activism
By Jeffrey Bossert Clark, Sr., a Partner with Kirkland & Ellis LLP in the firmís Washington, DC office.†
Legal Opinion Letter, August 26, 2016
Americaís Administrative State: Tracking the Origins and Consequences of Judicial Deference to Federal Agencies
Topic: Managing Regulatory Activism
By Richard O. Faulk, a Partner with Alexander Dubose Jefferson & Townsend LLP in the firmís Houston, TX office.
Working Paper, August 2016
Dramatic Increases in Federal Civil Fines Take Effect
Topic: Managing Regulatory Activism
By Jeffrey D. Ayer, Special Counsel in the Washington, DC office of WilmerHale, and Mi Hyun (Angela) Yoon, a Senior Associate in the firm’s Boston, MA office.
Counsel's Advisory, August 12, 2016
Why 'Chevron' Deference for Hybrid Statutes Might Be a No-No
Topic: Managing Regulatory Activism
By Jeffrey B. Wall, Co-Head of the Appellate Practice Group at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP in its Washington, DC office, and Owen R. Wolfe, an Associate in the firm’s New York, NY office.
Legal Opinion Letter, June 24, 2016
Guidance Gone Wild?: FDAís Regrettable Retreat from Legislative Rulemaking
Topic: Managing Regulatory Activism
By Lars Noah, Professor of Law at the University of Florida and author of Law, Medicine, and Medical Technology (Foundation Press, 3d ed. 2012).
Legal Backgrounder, October 7, 2015
Judicial Review of Informal Agency Pronouncements: Any Clearer After Young v. UPS and Perez v. MBA?
Topic: Managing Regulatory Activism
By Gregory F. Jacob, a Partner in the Washington, D.C. office of OíMelveny & Myers LLP, who served in the George W. Bush Administration as Solicitor of Labor, and Lynsey Ramos, an Associate in the firmís New York City office.
Legal Backgrounder, July 31, 2015
The Ongoing Anti-BPA Crusade in the States: A Disservice to Science and Consumers
Topic: Managing Regulatory Activism
By Timothy J. Coughlin, a Partner, and Christopher Joseph Klasa, a staff attorney in the Cleveland office of the law firm Thompson Hine LLP.
Legal Backgrounder, July 10, 2015
Consumer Class Actions Against Liquor Producers Follow Familiar Path
Topic: Managing Regulatory Activism
By Thomas J. Cunningham, a Partner in the Los Angeles and Chicago offices of the law firm Locke Lorde LLP, and Co-Chair of the Litigation Department, and Simon A. Fleischmann, a Partner in the firmís Chicago office and Founding Member of its Food & Beverage Industry Group.
Legal Backgrounder, May 22 2015
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