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At the Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar members of the judiciary and regulatory and academic communities discuss the latest legislative and case law updates, rule changes, and other timely topics.
Updates on significant administrative law cases issued during the last year, Open Government decisions, ultra vires, and developments at SOAH
Discussion of the 2018 Amendments to the Texas Disciplinary Rules, including what changes are being implemented and how they affect State Bar disciplinary matters
An exploration of hot topics, including Regulation Through Guidance, Government Accountability, and Administrative Law Judge Hiring and Constitutional Challenges
Disentangling the Standards of Review with a framework for identifying, defining, and effectively applying the correct standard to uphold or challenge agency decisions
Insight into the Regulatory and Ethical Considerations for Handling Sensitive Electronic Information
A review of the procedures for asking for an Attorney General opinions and for providing input on a pending opinion request
The eConference provides a unique opportunity for in-house counsel and practitioners to listen to presentations from high-level current and former government officials from the SEC, DOJ, and other authorities with an enforcement mandate. It brings together a nationally recognized faculty to discuss key issues and strategies for protecting companies and executives in government investigations.
The Advanced Texas Administrative Law eConference brings together members of the judiciary and regulatory and academic communities to engage with practitioners about the latest legislative and case law updates, rule changes, and other timely topics.
2017 highlights include:
Legislative Update with comments from Rep. Gina Hinojosa, Texas House of Representatives
Significant administrative law cases issued during the last year, plus updates on Open Government legislation, Ultra Vires, and developments at SOAH
An exploration of hot topics, including the Confidential Agency Records in Court Proceedings and Addressing Open Government Practices with Technology Solutions
Insights into the Texas Department of Insurance’s unique administrative law issues and how it impacts you
In-depth discussion of the Ethical Considerations Regarding Attorney Contacts with State Agencies
A behind the scenes look at the mechanics of Texas’ Third Court of Appeals, with insight into the practice behind accelerated appeals
Ace Pickens, Husch Blackwell LLP, discussing Some Things That Could or Should be Fixed in Texas Administrative Law and the APA