A guide to federal agency rulemaking /

"Focusing on 'informal' rather than 'formal' proceedings, this guide aims to inform agency rule-makers, participants and others interested in the subject with a stage-by-stage view of the rulemaking process. [The author] includes the newest procedures, substantive changes an...

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Lubbers, Jeffrey S.
Corporate Author: American Bar Association. Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice
Format: Book
Published: Chicago, Illinois : American Bar Association, Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice, 2018
Edition:Sixth edition
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Table of Contents:
  • Overview of federal agency rulemaking
  • The Administrative Procedure Act's rulemaking provisions
  • Use of rulemaking or adjudication for the setting of policy : a comparison
  • Other procedural statutes affecting rulemaking
  • Beginning the process
  • Electronic rulemaking
  • Regulatory analysis and review
  • The notice of proposed rulemaking
  • Public participation
  • The rulemaking record
  • "Off-the-record" or "ex parte" communications in rulemaking
  • The final rule
  • Agency responsibilities after the rule is issued
  • Availability of judicial review
  • The scope of judicial review
  • Judicial review of agency failure to act