U.S. v. Mead: Complicating the Delegation Dance

Posted: 26 Apr 2005  

William S. Jordan III III

University of Akron - School of Law

Abstract

Professor Jordan critiques the Supreme Court's decision in U.S. v. Mead. Likening Mead to the addition of several steps to the existing, relatively simple, Chevron dance, Professor Jordan argues that Mead has considerably complicated judicial review of agency statutory interpretations. He suggests that it will take several years before we understand the full impact of U.S. v. Mead.

Suggested Citation

Jordan III, William S., U.S. v. Mead: Complicating the Delegation Dance. Environmental Law Reporter, Vol. 31, pp. 11425-11437, Nov. 2001; U of Akron Legal Studies Research Paper No. 05-18. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=711363

William S. Jordan III (Contact Author)

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