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Admin Argument Sheet Fall 2001 I. Challenging Agency Action A. Constitutionality of E/A 1. Anti-Delegation Doctrine a. look to E/A: i. amount ii. importance iii. intent iv. Modern Approach v. Emergency 2. Presentment 3. Separation of Powers – Kiss it Goodbye Problems B. Scope of Delegation does NOT include my client’s position 1. any more power would be uncon C. Following Procedure 1. E/A 2. DP – must make adjudicatory (quasi-adjudicatory) argument a. Threshold Requirements 3. APA a. if substantive rulei. Is it R/M or Adjudicatory? a. If R/M, formal or informal? 1. Does it have magic words (or similar)? ii. if NO, informal
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  • Spring '09
  • CARSON
  • Logic, Separation of Powers, agency action, formal approach iii.

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