Developments in Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice 2009-2010 Downloadable Book with eChapters

    By Jeffrey W Lubbers

    Developments in Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice 2009-2010 Downloadable Book with eChapters

    Developments in Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice 2009-2010 Downloadable Book with eChapters

    By Jeffrey W Lubbers

    Developments in Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice, 2010 is intended to provide a way for administrative lawyers to stay abreast in developments in the field. This edition describes the four primary administrative process topics (e.g. adjudication, rulemaking, judicial review, and ...
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    Developments in Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice, 2010 is the twelfth book in the annual series intended to provide a way for administrative lawyers to stay abreast in developments in the field. This edition describes the four primary administrative process topics (e.g. adjudication, rulemaking, judicial review, and constitutional law and separation of powers), while separate chapters devoted to substantive areas of practice are published online. As an annual publication, it also provides a historical chronicle of changes in administrative law and regulatory practice. The field of administrative law and regulation is as broad and as varied as the operations of government. Some regulatory practice areas are necessarily more specialized (e.g., banking, communications, food and drug, securities, and transportation). On the other hand, many procedural issues of great interest to administrative lawyers cut across all or most agencies (e.g., adjudication, rulemaking, judicial review, and constitutional separation of powers). ContentsChapter 1: Adjudication Part I. Legislative Developments Due ProcessPart II. Judicial DevelopmentsChapter 2: Constitutional Law and Separation of PowersPart I. Supreme Court 2009 Term Part II. Lower CourtsChapter 3: Judicial Review Part I. Scope of Review Part II. Access to the Courts Chapter 4: RulemakingPart I. Judicial DevelopmentsPart II. Administrative DevelopmentsPart III. Legislative Developments This eBook also includes the additional 11 eChapters, which are not included in the print version.

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    Authors

    Jeffrey W Lubbers

    Sponsors

    Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice

    Publishers

    ABA Book Publishing

    Product Code

    5010068EBK

    Publication Date

    7/1/2011 12:00:00 AM

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