Tag Archives: Administrative

The burden of serving a proper "notice to appear" at an administrative hearing is the responsibility of the charging party

The burden of serving a proper "notice to appear" at an administrative hearing is the responsibility of the charging partyPereira v Sessions, USSC, Docket 17-459The Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act provides that a nonpermanent resident who is subject … Continue reading

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Bloomberg Law: New Leadership. New Products: SEC Administrative Analytics and Practical Guidance  and “Hot Topic” News

Today I learned that Joe Breda who had been the Executive Vice President, Product has replaced Scott Mozarsky as the President of Bloomberg Law.  Mozarsky has been President since November 2016, replacing David Perla. The other big news from Bloomberg … Continue reading

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PPAT Notice-Proposed Changes to the ICF/IID Administrative Penalties Rules

HHSC published the proposed changes mandated by House Bill (H.B.) 2025 to the ICF/IID rules which calls for changes to rules governing administrative penalties, license terms and related policies in various programs including the ICF/IID program, DAHS, ALFs, NFs and Pediatric … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Rules SEC Staff Picked Administrative Law Judges Were Unconstitutionally Appointed

This guest post was authored by Daniel Baker, a summer associate with Montgomery McCracken. On June 21, 2018, the United States Supreme Court answered a seemingly straightforward question in Lucia v. SEC: whether the SEC’s in-house administrative law judges are “officers,” … Continue reading

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Symposium: The court begins to strike back at the administrative state

Ilya Shapiro is a senior fellow in constitutional studies at the Cato Institute and editor-in-chief of the Cato Supreme Court Review. He filed amicus briefs supporting the petitioner in Lucia v. SEC and the respondents in South Dakota v. Wayfair. … Continue reading

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