The Courts and the Administrative States
Date of Event
October 1, 2013 Case Western Reserve University School of Law The Sumner Canary Lecture Speaker: Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit The Case Western University School of Law will host The Honorable Judge Brett Kavanaugh of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit who will discuss the federal administrative agencies within the Executive Branch and how they interact with the federal courts in the administration of law. As an appeals court judge in Washington, D.C. Judge Kavanaugh entertains arguments on some of the most pressing and controversial issues of constitutional and administrative law. He has tackled tough issues such as the legality of The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the Clean Air Act, and the Voting Rights Act. Judge Kavanaugh will provide an update on recent developments in the administrative process as well as providing insight and analysis of recent major court rulings affecting individual agencies. Judge Kavanaugh's discussion will be of interest to all practicing attorneys in the region, given his stature and the important cases that pass through his court. It will be of particular interest to attorneys who work for large businesses, corporations, and other entities that are regulated by executive agencies or affected by agency regulations.
Sumner Canary Lecture
federal administrative law; federal courts; federal courts and federal administrative law; administrative agencies and the courts; administrative agencies and litigation
Case Western Reserve University School of Law
Kavanaugh, Hon. Brett, "The Courts and the Administrative States" (2013). Conferences and Symposia. 246.