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July 6, 2009

Holy Trinity Wise but Would be Ignored Today?

The DC Circuit of course is the King of APA and Chevron deference cases, and it wrote a beautiful opinion about cable operations (that's sad that I can call an opinion on cable operations beautiful after having majored in English and read Chaucer, and so on, but I digress).  The opinion in Nat'l Cable Telecomm. Ass'n v. FCC, __ F.3d __ (Fed. Cir. May 2009), is too complex to summarize, but fascinating.  Be sure to read the concurrence.

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On the Statutory Construction Blog, David Hricik (Mercer) point out an interesting Federal Circuit opinion in "Holy Trinity Wise but Would be Ignored Today?". The case is Nat'l Cable Telecomm. Ass'n v. FCC, No. 08-1016 (Fed. Cir. May 26, 2009).... [Read More]

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