Please join Troutman Pepper Partners Chris Willis and Misha Tseytlin as they discuss the Supreme Court’s recent decision to review Loper Bright Enterprises v. Sec. of Commerce, which will consider the question of whether to overrule Chevron deference for agency interpretations of statutes. Chris and Misha discuss what may happen if Chevron deference is overruled, either in whole or in part, including how this may affect pending lower court cases, the potential impact on future Administrative Procedure Act cases, and the implications for agency rulemakings that may have relied on Chevron deference when promulgated.

Transcript: The Future of Chevron Deference (PDF)

Photo of Misha Tseytlin Misha Tseytlin

Misha is a leading appellate attorney with an accomplished track record before the U.S. Supreme Court, federal courts of appeal, and state courts. He is a nationally recognized authority on administrative law and political law issues.

Photo of Chris Willis Chris Willis

Chris is the co-leader of the Consumer Financial Services Regulatory practice at the firm. He advises financial services institutions facing state and federal government investigations and examinations, counseling them on compliance issues including UDAP/UDAAP, credit reporting, debt collection, and fair lending, and defending…

Chris is the co-leader of the Consumer Financial Services Regulatory practice at the firm. He advises financial services institutions facing state and federal government investigations and examinations, counseling them on compliance issues including UDAP/UDAAP, credit reporting, debt collection, and fair lending, and defending them in individual and class action lawsuits brought by consumers and enforcement actions brought by government agencies.