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Should Chevron Have Two Steps?, Richard M. Re Apr 2014

Should Chevron Have Two Steps?, Richard M. Re

Indiana Law Journal

Prominent judges and scholars have criticized the familiar Chevron deference scheme on the ground that its two steps are redundant. But each step of traditional two-step Chevron actually does unique interpretive work. In short, step one asks whether agency interpretations are mandatory, whereas step two asks whether they are reasonable. Other judges and scholars defend two-step Chevron on the ground that the second step should be equated with arbitrary-and-capricious review. But that approach makes Chevron partially redundant with the Administrative Procedure Act and compresses the distinct mandatoriness and reasonableness questions into an artificially singular first step. This Article identifies a …


Selectica Resets The Trigger On The Poison Pill: Where Should The Delaware Courts Go Next?, Paul H. Edelman, Randall S. Thomas Jul 2012

Selectica Resets The Trigger On The Poison Pill: Where Should The Delaware Courts Go Next?, Paul H. Edelman, Randall S. Thomas

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Implications Of Kumho Tire: Applying Daubert Analysis To Warning-Label Testimony In Products Liability Cases, Sara K. Ledford Apr 2001

The Implications Of Kumho Tire: Applying Daubert Analysis To Warning-Label Testimony In Products Liability Cases, Sara K. Ledford

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Weiland V. Telectronics Pacing Systems, Inc.: Illinois Reexamines Medical Device Preemption, Adrian S. Allen Apr 2001

Weiland V. Telectronics Pacing Systems, Inc.: Illinois Reexamines Medical Device Preemption, Adrian S. Allen

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Still No Remedy After All These Years: Plugging The Hole In The Law Of Leaking Underground Storage Tanks, Jason M. Basile Apr 1998

Still No Remedy After All These Years: Plugging The Hole In The Law Of Leaking Underground Storage Tanks, Jason M. Basile

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Uniform Commercial Code Meets The Seventh Amendment: The Demise Of Jury Trials Under Article 5?, Margaret L. Moses Jul 1997

The Uniform Commercial Code Meets The Seventh Amendment: The Demise Of Jury Trials Under Article 5?, Margaret L. Moses

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


"Lies, Damned Lies, And Statistics"? Psychological Syndrome Evidence In The Courtroom After Daubert, Krista L. Duncan Jul 1996

"Lies, Damned Lies, And Statistics"? Psychological Syndrome Evidence In The Courtroom After Daubert, Krista L. Duncan

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Bankruptcy, Lenity, And The Statutory Interpretation Of Cognate Civil And Criminal Statutes, Bruce A. Markell Apr 1994

Bankruptcy, Lenity, And The Statutory Interpretation Of Cognate Civil And Criminal Statutes, Bruce A. Markell

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Right Of Publicity Vs. The First Amendment: A Property And Liability Rule Analysis, Roberta Rosenthal Kwall Jan 1994

The Right Of Publicity Vs. The First Amendment: A Property And Liability Rule Analysis, Roberta Rosenthal Kwall

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


No-Challenge Termination Clauses: Incorporating Innovation Policy And Risk Allocation Into Patent Licensing Law, Christian Chadd Taylor Jan 1993

No-Challenge Termination Clauses: Incorporating Innovation Policy And Risk Allocation Into Patent Licensing Law, Christian Chadd Taylor

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Use It And Lose It: The Employer's Absolute Right Under Erisa Section 510 To Engage In Post-Claim Modifications Of Employee Welfare Benefit Plans, Carl A. Greci Jan 1992

Use It And Lose It: The Employer's Absolute Right Under Erisa Section 510 To Engage In Post-Claim Modifications Of Employee Welfare Benefit Plans, Carl A. Greci

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Target Corporations, Hostile Horizontal Takeovers And Antitrust Injury Under Section 16 Of The Clayton Act After Cargill, Brent W. Huber Apr 1991

Target Corporations, Hostile Horizontal Takeovers And Antitrust Injury Under Section 16 Of The Clayton Act After Cargill, Brent W. Huber

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Vote And Impound Procedure: Not Always A Guardian Of Employee Free Choice, Vilda Samuel Laurin Iii Oct 1987

The Vote And Impound Procedure: Not Always A Guardian Of Employee Free Choice, Vilda Samuel Laurin Iii

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Cancer-Based Employment Discrimination: Whether The Proposed Amendment To Title Vii Will Provide An Effective Anti-Discrimination Remedy, Katherine J. Streicher Jul 1987

Cancer-Based Employment Discrimination: Whether The Proposed Amendment To Title Vii Will Provide An Effective Anti-Discrimination Remedy, Katherine J. Streicher

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


In Re Associated Sign & Post, Inc.: The Affirmative Action Obligations Of Government Contractors In Indiana, J. Adam Bain Oct 1986

In Re Associated Sign & Post, Inc.: The Affirmative Action Obligations Of Government Contractors In Indiana, J. Adam Bain

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Satellite/Dish Antenna Technology: A Copyright Owner's Dilemma, Sydnee Robin Singer Jul 1984

Satellite/Dish Antenna Technology: A Copyright Owner's Dilemma, Sydnee Robin Singer

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Municipal Zoning Restrictions On Adult Entertainment: Young, Its Progeny, Indianapolis' Commercial Special Exceptions Ordinance,, Kenneth L. Turchi Jan 1983

Municipal Zoning Restrictions On Adult Entertainment: Young, Its Progeny, Indianapolis' Commercial Special Exceptions Ordinance,, Kenneth L. Turchi

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Power, Convenience, And The Elimination Of Personal Jurisdiction In The Federal Courts, Robert Haskell Abrams Jan 1982

Power, Convenience, And The Elimination Of Personal Jurisdiction In The Federal Courts, Robert Haskell Abrams

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Copyright Exception For Derivative Works And The Scope Of Utilization, Carole A. Ellingson Oct 1980

The Copyright Exception For Derivative Works And The Scope Of Utilization, Carole A. Ellingson

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


By The Light Of Dual Employment: Standards For Employer Regulation Of Moonlighting, Carlton J. Snow, Elliott M. Abramson Jul 1980

By The Light Of Dual Employment: Standards For Employer Regulation Of Moonlighting, Carlton J. Snow, Elliott M. Abramson

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Wrongful Discharge: Toward A More Efficient Remedy, Jeffrey L. Harrison Jan 1980

Wrongful Discharge: Toward A More Efficient Remedy, Jeffrey L. Harrison

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Listeners' Rights Providing A State Action Theory In The "Company Town" Analogues, Thomas A. Clements Oct 1979

Listeners' Rights Providing A State Action Theory In The "Company Town" Analogues, Thomas A. Clements

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Nlrb Determination Of Incumbent Unions' Majority Status, C. Frederick Lebaron Jr. Jul 1979

Nlrb Determination Of Incumbent Unions' Majority Status, C. Frederick Lebaron Jr.

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Union Representation Election Statements: A Call For Implementation Of The Statute, Bruce Charles Navarro Jul 1979

Union Representation Election Statements: A Call For Implementation Of The Statute, Bruce Charles Navarro

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Criminals-Turned-Authors: Victims' Rights V. Freedom Of Speech, Barbara Freedman Wand Apr 1979

Criminals-Turned-Authors: Victims' Rights V. Freedom Of Speech, Barbara Freedman Wand

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Burger Court, The Commerce Clause, And The Problem Of Differential Treatment, Earl M. Maltz Jan 1979

The Burger Court, The Commerce Clause, And The Problem Of Differential Treatment, Earl M. Maltz

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Indiana Workmen's Compensation Act: Accidents Arising Out Of And In The Course Of The Employment, Mary Margaret Nold Jan 1979

Indiana Workmen's Compensation Act: Accidents Arising Out Of And In The Course Of The Employment, Mary Margaret Nold

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Gabhart V. Gabhart: An Indiana Response To Corporate Freeze-Outs, Ronald B. Given Jan 1979

Gabhart V. Gabhart: An Indiana Response To Corporate Freeze-Outs, Ronald B. Given

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Applicability Of The Constitutional Privilege To Defame: Question Of Law Or Question Of Fact?, Christopher G. Scanlon Jan 1979

The Applicability Of The Constitutional Privilege To Defame: Question Of Law Or Question Of Fact?, Christopher G. Scanlon

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The "Market Necessity" Defense In Antitrust: A New Limit On The Area For Application Of Per Se Rules?, Clement B. Wood Oct 1978

The "Market Necessity" Defense In Antitrust: A New Limit On The Area For Application Of Per Se Rules?, Clement B. Wood

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.