The TBA Administrative Law forum sessions include a discussion of cases before the Supreme Court that may affect the so-called Chevron doctrine, agency exactions authorized by legislation and administrative intervention, ethics, and new UAPA administrative rules.
This session will focus on the ethical challenges of virtual hearings for adjudicators and advocates. Administrative hearings often reveal challenges for all participants when there is a virtual forum and pro se, or technologically challenged, litigants. We will also cover the new territory of artificial intelligence and how it may change the practice of law.
The Uniform Rules of Procedure for Hearing Contested Cases before Administrative Agencies are in the process of being revised. This CLE will present an overview of those proposed changes and offer further updates on the procedures involved in handling cases litigated in front of the Administrative Procedures Division.
Jerry Taylor and Bill Penny will lead a discussion of cases before the Supreme Court that may eliminate the use of the so-called Chevron doctrine, also Supreme Court’s revisit of Nollan and Dolan agency exactions authorized by legislation Sheetz v. County of Eldorado, Tennessee administrative intervention cases and recent legislation.