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Examples & Explanations: Administrative Law

  • Edition : 6th ed., 2020
  • Author(s) : Funk, Seamon
    • ISBN: 9781454891840
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Examples & Explanations for Administrative Law, Sixth Edition by William Funk and Richard H. Seamon provides students with comprehensive coverage and discussion on administrative law in the time-tested Examples and Explanations format. A favorite among successful students, and often recommended by professors, the unique Examples & Explanations series gives you extremely clear introductions to concepts followed by realistic examples that mirror those presented in the classroom throughout the semester.

New to the Sixth Edition:

  •  Includes the Supreme Court’s most recent decisions regarding the scope of judicial review, in particular its tweaking of the Chevron Doctrine and its reconsideration of the Auer/Seminole Rock Doctrine
  • Addresses and explains the Supreme Court’s most recent ruling on Final Agency Action
  • Discusses latest Supreme Court decision on Congress’s power to delegate rulemaking power to administrative agencies
  • Addresses new Supreme Court decision on the scope of the Freedom of Information Act’s exemption for confidential commercial information
  • Describes and explains Supreme Court’s new decision addressing constitutional limits on administrative agencies’ power to adjudicate intellectual property rights
  • Discusses significant new Supreme Court decision holding that administrative law judges are subject to the Constitution’s Appointments Clause