...A, real estate, specialty finance, venture capital/angel investing, white-collar criminal defense Chairman/managing partner: Gary Wingens; chief administrative officer: David Casey...
New Jersey Law Journal
The patchwork of state laws sitting at the intersection of technology and society led a federal judge to make a direct appeal to Congress for an amendment to the Social Security Act that would addres
Whether the plaintiff is a government agency or an individual citizen, it is not always easy to get defendants to comply with environmental orders
...EPA withdrew the proposed rule, a national environmental organization, the Natural Resources Defense Council, filed a lawsuit to challenge the agency action, arguing that...
...precedent holding that Chevron U.S.A. Inc. v. Natural Resources Defense Council Inc., 467 U.S. 837, applies to an agency...
...which had eroded somewhat in recent years. Chevron v. Natural Resources Defense Council is the 1984 ruling that gave administrative bodies substantial...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
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