Agency Regulation After West Virginia v. EPA: Climate Change, Major Questions Doctrine, Future of Chevron, Hosted by Strafford CLE
This CLE webinar will address the recent SCOTUS decision in West Virginia v. EPA which held that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) had exceeded the authority granted by Congress under the Clean Air Act in issuing limitations on greenhouse gas emissions from power plants. The panel will also discuss the recently applied "major questions doctrine" that the Court has established for interpreting the limits of administrative power and how this case may affect the Chevron doctrine, as well as the future of climate change regulations.
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