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Recording: 2020 AM The Honorable Kevin J. McIntyre General Session: Post-Modern Administrative Law
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Energy Bar Association’s 2020 Annual Meeting & Conference! The event provided two full days of discussions focused on the legal issues related to all aspects of energy law.

THE HONORABLE KEVIN J. MCINTYRE GENERAL SESSION: POST-MODERN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW AND THE ENERGY LAWYER

Administrative law is about the division of power between agencies and courts.  It shapes how much leeway administrative agencies (like FERC and DOE) enjoy to establish rules within their domains, and how much courts constrain these agencies via their interpretations of the governing substantive statutes and administrative-law principles.  This panel will explore the evolution of administrative law over the past year and how that evolution is likely to affect the energy sector. 

The panelists will address:

Recent Supreme Court decisions and whether they presage a revolution in administrative law concerning Congress’s authority to delegate broad powers to agencies and judicial deference to agencies.
Significant Circuit-level developments in administrative law, including, but not limited to, how these decisions have played out in the Circuits over the past year.
Important administrative-law decisions in the energy sector, with a focus on decisions that may have broad effects beyond the parties to the particular case.

Moderator

  • Kathleen Barron, Senior Vice President, Government and Regulatory Affairs and Public Policy, Exelon Corp

Speakers:

  • Eamon P. Joyce, Partner, Sidley Austin LLP
  • Emily Hammond, Jeffrey and Martha Kohn Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, George Washington
  • University Law School
  • Zachary C. Schauf, Partner, Jenner & Block
  • Robert Solomon, Solicitor, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

Session approved for MCLE: CA, CT, FL, IA, IL, NJ, OH, NY, PA, TX, VA .   To receive credit, complete the CLE Attendance form included with the session material and email form to:  EBA-CLE@eba-net.org.  

For credit in other states, you will need to self-apply.  If you need assistance, email:  EBA-CLE@eba-Net.org