D.N.J. Dumps Diarrhea Drug Case Against Manufacturer

​​​​​​​It is looking very much as if the U.S. Supreme Court will hear a case this upcoming October term that will permit it, at long last, to inter the Chevron doctrine. Under that doctrine, if there is ambiguity about the scope of rule making powers provided to an agency by Congress, courts will defer to the agency with respect to that scope….
By: Reed Smith
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