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SCOTUS rulings have far-reaching impact

May 15, 2019, Commercial Dispute Resolution

Mark Mosier spoke with Commercial Dispute Resolution about a Supreme Court case involving the Chevron deference, the amount of deference given to federal agencies by the federal courts in deciding legal challenges to ambiguous regulations. Mr. Mosier says “The question whether courts will defer to agency decisions is critical for any business regulated by the federal government, which is virtually all of them. Businesses are hurt by this process because they benefit from predictability in the law and from having an opportunity to provide input on proposed changes to regulations before they take effect.”

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