Tag Archives: Gundy

Nondelegation after Gundy

by Christopher J. Walker — Saturday, July 20, 2019@chris_j_walker

This Term, in Gundy v. United States, the Supreme Court once again considered whether a statutory grant of authority (here, under the Sex Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act) to a federal agency or executive branch official (here, the Attorney General) violates the nondelegation doctrine. As students of administrative law know, the Court has interpreted […]

Delegation, Deference, and the FCC, by Randolph May

by Guest Blogger — Wednesday, July 10, 2019

During the last week of its just-ended term, the Supreme Court handed down two eagerly anticipated decisions with significant implications for administrative law and, indeed, more broadly, for separation of powers constitutional jurisprudence. The two decisions are Gundy v. United States and Kisor v. Wilkie. While there will be thousands of pages in law reviews, […]