November 2018

Working With Government Agencies Under Increased Judicial Oversight

After a contentious confirmation process, Brett Kavanaugh is now a Justice of the United States Supreme Court. The new composition of the Court could change one of the doctrines currently in place. Here’s how that could affect your business.

With a new Justice on the United States Supreme Court, attention turns to judicial doctrines that might be impacted by the change. One of those doctrines is “Chevron Deference,” named after a 1984 US Supreme Court decision: Chevron U.S.A., Inc., v. Natural Resources Defense Council.

Holland & Hart’s commercial litigation attorney Chris Hogle discusses how administrative agencies affect businesses, how the Chevron Deference doctrine affects Court challenges to agency actions, and how to cope in a post-Chevron Deference world in Utah, in the article titled “Working With Government Agencies Under Increased Judicial Oversight” published by Utah Business Magazine in its November 2018 issue.

Chris Hogle is a partner at Holland & Hart with over 20 years of litigation experience representing energy companies, landowners, and business owners in regulatory, real estate, and other commercial disputes.

To read the full article, click here.


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