Friday 19 April 2019

Mueller Report is now in HeinOnline

If you would like to read the newly released redacted Mueller Report about Russia’s interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, it's now available in HeinOnline. Per their instructions: "To read the report in HeinOnline, enter the U.S. Congressional Documents database. Next, click on Other Works Related to Congress. Select the letter R in the A-Z list and scroll down until you find the title Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election (Redacted). To search within these volumes, open up a volume and click the magnifying glass. This tool gives the user the option of searching within the section, page, volume, or entire title.

Monday 1 April 2019

Dean Wildermuth to speak at teleforum on Supreme Court case

On March 27, the Supreme Court heard the oral argument in Kisor v. Wilkie, a case in which the Justices will consider whether to keep, modify, or end the doctrine of judicial deference to agencies’ interpretations of regulations — better known as Seminole Rock or Auer deference.
The ABA's Section on Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice is hosting a teleforum on Wednesday, April 3, at 4 pm EST titled "The Future of Seminole Rock Deference? Analyzing the Oral Argument in Kisor v. Wilkie," in which "experts will discuss the justices’ questions and the advocates’ answers."
Pitt Law Dean Amy Wildermuth is one of the panelists who will be speaking. Registration is free, but required, and the deadline is Tuesday, April 2. To register, Please send an email with your contact details.

Update: If you missed the live version of this very interesting discussion you can listen to the recording provided by the ABA's Section on Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice.