Posts Tagged: Auer deference

SCOTUS Rolls Back Deference to Administrative Agencies, but Doesn’t Kill Auer…yet.

Last week, the Supreme Court issued its opinion in Kisor v. Wilkie.  As the property rights lawyers discussed on this blog before the decision came out, the case generated a lot of interest because it presented an opportunity for the Court to overturn “Auer Deference”—a doctrine of interpretation that requires courts to defer to agency… Read more »

Kisor v. Wilkie – The Supreme Court Could Restore Neutrality to the Courts this Week by overturning Auer deference

This week the Supreme Court is likely to issue an opinion in Kisor v. Wilkie, a case that could potentially overturn what is known as “Auer deference.” For the legal commentariat, this is a big deal. But those that don’t spend their time buried in administrative or environmental law blogs may be wondering what all the… Read more »