The latest information in Administrative Law. Examine the recent legislative changes to the UAPA and how this may impact your strategy in litigation and seeking judicial review of administrative decisions. In addition, learn the rule-making process and The Who, What, When, Where, Why and How of Rule Making.
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Recent legislative changes to the UAPA may impact your strategy in litigating and seeking judicial review of administrative decisions, but the standard of review remains the same. In this session, you will learn how to ensure your administrative matter is filed correctly and how to best shape your arguments and case presentations.
The administrative rule-making process is carefully delineated by statute, but state boards and agencies have considerable discretion in formulating the content of rules. This session will explain the rule-making process and explore some avenues available to the public in challenging the legitimacy of a rule or proposed rule. The first speaker Jenny Howard, General Counsel TDEC, will go over the Who, What, When, Where, Why and How of Rule Making. Next Attorney Jerry Taylor will talk about the Mechanisms and Grounds for Challenging a Rule.