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The Law of Administration Change

Date: Tuesday, November 17, 2020 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM

As part of Covington’s Election 2020 Toolkit, Kevin King and Thomas Brugato convene to discuss the laws and precedents that will govern the Biden Administration's ability to adopt policy changes through rulemaking and other executive action, as well as strategies stakeholders can employ to influence the substance, timing, and effect of those changes.

The on-demand presentation addresses key Administrative Procedure Act doctrines, judicial deference to changed agency interpretations, the Congressional Review Act, judicial review of Executive Orders, and recent developments at the Supreme Court. With the possibility of divided government looming, these issues will likely play a significant role in shaping the new administration's agenda, making it critical that supporters and challengers alike understand their nuances.

Speaker Information: 

Kevin King

Thomas Brugato
Special Counsel

CLE Credit: CLE credit is approved in NY and CA, and pending in VA.

On-Demand Link: Provided upon registration.

Click here to register.