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U.S. Supreme Court,

Aug. 9, 2019

The state of the administrative state

Two cases last term gave SCOTUS a chance to meaningfully curtail administrative agency power; did the Court take it?

Jean-Claude André

Partner, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP

Litigation, Supreme Court & Appellate Law


J.C. is the West Coast head of Sidley's national Supreme Court and Appellate Practice. He can be reached at


Jean-Claude André, Sidley Austin LLP partner and chair of the firm's west coast Supreme Court practice, joins the show to discuss the relative constitutional power balance between administrative agencies, Congress and courts after October Term 2018, and to forecast how SCOTUS may yet alter it in upcoming terms.


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