Members joined us for a discussion of the Supreme Court’s decision in West Virginia v. EPA and other recent cases on administrative law and agency rulemaking. What is the Major Questions Doctrine, what do the Supreme Court’s recent decisions say about deference to administrative agencies, and what are some potential implications for agency rulemaking going forward? Presented by Jennifer Clark, Partner, Sidley Austin, Josh Fougere, Partner, Sidley Austin, Elliot Ganz, General Counsel, LSTA and Ryan Morris, Partner, Sidley Austin.

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