Federal Appellate Practice Teleconference: Review of Administrative Agency Decisions
"From the soup of preserving issues at trial to the nuts of how to get Supreme Court review, it's all here." - Chief Judge Alex Kozinski, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, on Federal Appellate Practice
March 10, 2009
To coincide with BNA Books' publication of Mayer Brown's Federal Appellate Practice, our Supreme Court & Appellate practice is pleased to offer a complimentary teleconference series focusing on topics of interest to counsel dealing with appeals in the federal courts. Each 30-minute session, led by various authors of the book, will offer an inside look at how to successfully navigate the federal appeals process.
The fifth event in our series focused on Review of Administrative Agency Decisions and was led by the authors of this chapter, David Gossett and Erika Jones. No discussion on federal appellate practice would be complete without addressing administrative-law cases litigated in the federal courts of appeals. David and Erika discussed various ways in which administrative-law cases differ from other federal appellate litigation, outlined some issues that regularly arise in administrative-law cases, and provided helpful suggestions about the procedural differences between such litigation and other appellate litigation.
Audio Recording (MP3)