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Regulations

Regulations (Federal and State)

As a litigator, you are undoubtedly noticing that more and more of the cases you are taking either began as an administrative matter, or are still in the agencies themselves.

This is no surprise. Your clients are several times more likely to encounter an administrative regulation than a statute. The increasing amount of impact agencies have on our lives has not gone unnoticed by the courts, including the US Supreme Court. As Justice Breyer stated, “The public now relies more heavily on courts to ensure the fairness and rationality of agency decisions.” The Executive Branch, Administrative Action, and Comparative Expertise, 32 Cardozo L. Rev. 2189, 2190–91 (2011).

Of course, you will not be ready to help your clients use the courts to ensure agency “fairness and rationality” without access to current, easy to search, navigate and read state regulations and the Code of Federal Regulations. Litigation Pathfinder has your answer. Continuously updated, the Pathfinder administrative regulations collections also include historical notes and links to other sections of the regulations.

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