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Supreme Court Overturns Paralyzed Veterans Doctrine; More Changes in Administrative Law to Follow?

16 March 2015

Health Alert

On March 9, the Supreme Court issued its ruling in Perez v. Mortgage Bankers Association. The decision that may not have seized headlines, but it has significant consequences for industries regulated by the federal government, both because of its holding that an agency need not go through notice-and-comment rulemaking to change an interpretive rule and because it signals the Court’s possible interest in reconsidering the degree of deference courts should give to agency interpretations of their regulations.

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