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PEREZ V. MORTGAGE BANKERS ASSOCIATION AND THE FUTURE OF FEDERAL AGENCY INTERPRETIVE GUIDANCE

20 No. 17 WJSLR 13By Catherine P. Wells, Esq., and Denise J. Pipersburgh, Esq., Wolff & Samson Westlaw Journal Securities Litigation & Regulation (Approx. 12 pages)

PEREZ V. MORTGAGE BANKERS ASSOCIATION AND THE FUTURE OF FEDERAL AGENCY INTERPRETIVE GUIDANCE

20 No. 17 WJSLR 13By Catherine P. Wells, Esq., and Denise J. Pipersburgh, Esq., Wolff & Samson Westlaw Journal Securities Litigation & Regulation (Approx. 12 pages)

20 No. 17 Westlaw Journal Securities Litigation & Regulation 13
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PEREZ V. MORTGAGE BANKERS ASSOCIATION AND THE FUTURE OF FEDERAL AGENCY INTERPRETIVE GUIDANCE

Catherine Wells and Denise Pipersburgh of Wolff & Samson discuss a pending U.S. Supreme Court case that focuses on the processes a federal agency must complete before it can reinterpret its own regulations.
This term, the U.S. Supreme Court will...
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