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Professor Kristin Hickman, associate dean for research & intellectual life, provided commentary in Forbes in regard to the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision on…

Professor Kristin Hickman, associate dean for research & intellectual life, was quoted in the Wall Street Journal about the new limits on federal agencies’ regulatory…

Professor Kristin Hickman, associate dean for research & intellectual life, commented on how the elimination of the Chevron doctrine could lead to additional litigation…

Professor Kristin Hickman was quoted in Bloomberg Tax about the recent Corner Post ruling. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled the default limitations period for Administrative Procedure Act (APA)…

Professor Kristin Hickman’s administrative law treatise was cited in footnote 4 by the U.S. Supreme Court in the decision of Corner Post Inc. v. Board of…

Prof. Kristin Hickman was quoted in Bloomberg Law about how the overturning of Chevron doctrine might affect the authority of the Internal Revenue Service. Some believe the IRS’s most…

Professor Kristin Hickman was quoted in Bloomberg Law regarding the overturning of the Chevron deference and whether the ruling was a personal one for Justice Neil Gorsuch. He was a frequent critic of…

Professor Kristin Hickman was quoted in Marketplace about the U.S. Supreme Court ruling against the Chevron deference. According to Prof. Hickman, the decision to limit federal agencies’…

Professor Kristin Hickman was a guest on Forbes’ Tax Notes Talk podcast discussing the broader implications of 

Professor Kristin Hickman was a guest on the Bloomberg Tax podcast and discussed the upcoming decision from the U.S. Supreme Court on federal agency rulemaking power. Prof. Hickman…

Professor Kristin Hickman was quoted in Bloomberg Law about a federal district court’s invalidation of a National Labor Relations Board regulation on joint employer liability under…

Professor Kristin Hickman was quoted in Washington Monthly about the Supreme Court’s Reconsideration of the Chevron Deference, a 40-year-old precedent that grants federal agencies significant…