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Publication Date: 2006
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Funk, William F., Seamon, Richard H.
This effective paperback adheres to the successful Examples & Explanations series style: - distinguished authors known for their writing in the field clarify difficult topics for students - the topical coverage of federal administrative law is consistent with the approach of most major casebooks - writing is clear and accessible to facilitate comprehension - the text provides big-picture overviews of essential topics, plus sufficient detail for understanding and applying principles - examples and explanations focus on vivid, real-world issues and essential principles and practices Thoroughly updated for its Second Edition, the text now addresses: - post-Mead developments in the Chevron doctrine, including how Chevron applies to agency interpretations of statutes already construed by courts - relevant post-9/11 legislative, executive, and lower-court developments affecting the Freedom of Information Act, including the new FOIA exemption created by the Critical Infrastructure Information Act of 2002 - the Data Quality Act and its effects on rulemaking, government acquisition of private information, and public access to government informationFunk, William F. is the author of 'Administrative Law Examples and Explanations', published 2006 under ISBN 9780735558915 and ISBN 0735558914.
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