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Whistleblower Case Could Widen Into A Chevron Challenge

November 27, 2017, Law360

David Kornblau is quoted in a Law360 article regarding the upcoming Supreme Court case focusing on the reach of whistleblower protections under the Dodd-Frank Act. According to Kornblau, if the high court expands the scope of the case to include a review of the Chevron doctrine it could have important ramifications for all federal regulatory agencies in terms of the latitude afforded them by the courts in how they interpret their own statutes. “It opens the door to some potentially creative new takes on the doctrine,” which is significant because “this doctrine plays into the role of the administrative state,” Kornblau says.

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