Introduction to Administrative Process: Cases and Materials

Introduction to Administrative Process: Cases and Materials

by Thomas G. Field Jr.
     
 

ISBN-10: 1594600090

ISBN-13: 9781594600098

Pub. Date: 01/28/2004

Publisher: Carolina Academic Press

This casebook addresses fundamental relationships between Congress, the courts, and an alphabet soup of federal executive agencies. Materials selected for inclusion have been used in the author's experience teaching in a variety of regulatory areas, as well as administrative process and intellectual property, since 1970. Although substantive diversity is unavoidable,…  See more details below

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This casebook addresses fundamental relationships between Congress, the courts, and an alphabet soup of federal executive agencies. Materials selected for inclusion have been used in the author's experience teaching in a variety of regulatory areas, as well as administrative process and intellectual property, since 1970. Although substantive diversity is unavoidable, this book fosters more attention to process by minimizing it. This book includes a full-text CD.

Despite the increasing global significance of intellectual property and the increased domestic importance of the Copyright Office, it and the Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) have traditionally been ignored in administrative law. This book makes it apparent that both are excellent vehicles for exploring traditional process issues because decisions are subject to statutory and nonstatutory, as well as collateral and direct, challenges.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781594600098
Publisher:
Carolina Academic Press
Publication date:
01/28/2004
Series:
Carolina Academic Press Law Casebook Ser
Pages:
560
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Table of Cases
Preface
Ch. 1General Overview3
Ch. 2Overview of Adjudication23
Ch. 3Court Access: Jurisdiction55
Ch. 4Court Access: Further Threshold Issues109
Ch. 5Reviewing Adjudicative Merits141
Ch. 6Administrative Decision Makers185
Ch. 7Reviewing the Adjudicative Process225
Ch. 8Basic Rule Making Options265
Ch. 9Rulemaking Boundaries317
Ch. 10Court Access Revisited351
Ch. 11Political Controls387
Ch. 12Reviewing Rules443
Ch. 13The Freedom of Information Act485
Statutes519

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