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The Changing Landscape of Administrative Law 2018

Product ID: CM2800
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Co-produced with the Administrative & Local Government Law Section and the Government Lawyers Division of the State Bar of Wisconsin

Stay ahead of a shifting scene

So your client's issue is scheduled before a local agency or board. Do you know that commission's unique procedures and expectations? Are you prepared to present your case to that board?

The Changing Landscape of Administrative Law breaks down the intricacies and nuances of practicing before administrative and local government boards and agencies.

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Co-produced with the Administrative & Local Government Law Section and the Government Lawyers Division of the State Bar of Wisconsin

Stay ahead of a shifting scene

So your client's issue is scheduled before a local agency or board. Do you know that commission's unique procedures and expectations? Are you prepared to present your case to that board?

The Changing Landscape of Administrative Law breaks down the intricacies and nuances of practicing before administrative and local government boards and agencies.

Read More ↓

Planning Committee:

Matthew P. Dregne
Stafford Rosenbaum LLP
Madison
 
Michael P. Herbrand
Houseman & Feind LLP
Grafton
 
Kimberly A. Nass
Dodge County Corporation Counsel
Juneau
 
Brian C. Sajdak
Wesolowski, Reidenbach & Sajdak S.C.
Franklin
 
Christa O. Westerberg
Pines Bach LLP
Madison

 

Faculty:

Dean R. Dietrich
Ruder Ware, L.L.S.C.
Wausau
 
Nicholas E. Fairweather
Hawks Quindel, S.C.
Madison
 
Colin B. Good
Hawks Quindel, S.C.
Madison
 
Scott Grosz
Wisconsin Legislative Council
Madison
 
Paul G. Kent
Stafford Rosenbaum LLP
Madison
 
Kevin M. LeRoy
Wisconsin Department of Justice
Madison
 
ALJ Jennifer E. Nashold
Wisconsin Department of Administration - Division of Hearings & Appeals
Madison
 
Professor Miriam Seifter
University of Wisconsin Law School
Madison
 
Andrew J. Simek
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
Madison
 
Vanessa D. Wishart
Stafford Rosenbaum LLP
Madison
 
Curtis A. Witynski
League of Wisconsin Municipalities
Madison

8:00 a.m. : Registration

8:30 a.m. : Introduction to Act 21 & Changes in Administrative Law

Paul G. Kent

9:15 a.m. : State Executive Branches: A National View

  • Brief history of the rise of gubernatorial power in the states
  • Description of common gubernatorial powers nationwide
  • Discussion of checks and balances relevant to state executive branches

Professor Miriam Seifter

9:45 a.m. : Judicial Review of Agency Decisions and the (Changing) Nature of Deference

  • Wisconsin’s traditional agency deference regime
  • (Potentially) Groundbreaking cases from the Supreme Court
  • Predictions for the future of judicial review of agency decisions

Kevin M. LeRoy

10:30 a.m. : Break

10:45 a.m. : Rulemaking

Scott Grosz

11:15 a.m. : Lobbying on Rules and other Agency Actions

  • Scope Statement Review by Governor
  • Commenting on Agency’s Proposed Rule
  • Public Hearing
  • Legislative Review
  • Other agency actions -- Guidance and Interpretations

Curtis A. Witynski

11:45 a.m. : Lunch (on your own)

1:00 p.m. : The Changing Landscape of Ethics and Professional Responsibility

  • Dealing with different objectives of representation from a diverse group of individuals in the local government setting
  • Determining how best to educate individuals about the role of the government lawyer
  • Challenges of identifying who is the client in a local government setting
  • Experiences in representing local government and the variety of ethics issues that arise from the representation

Dean R. Dietrich

1:50 p.m. : A View from the ALJ Bench

  • Division of Hearings and Appeals: A Brief Overview
  • Pre-Hearing: Prehearing Conferences, Motions, and Hearing Preparation
  • Hearing: Court Proceedings v. Administrative Proceedings
  • Post-Hearing: Briefing, Objections, and Rehearing Requests

Jennifer E. Nashold

2:40 p.m. : Break

2:55 p.m. : Agency Specific DWD/LIRC

Colin B. Good

3:45 p.m. : Agency Specific DNR

Vanessa D. Wishart, Andrew J. Simek

4:35p.m. : Program Concludes

Following program start times, webcast replay schedule will vary slightly from above listed times.

  • Receive an overview of where administrative law has been and where it’s going in Wisconsin
  • Compare gubernatorial powers in Wisconsin with those in other states
  • Consider predictions for the future of judicial review of agency decisions
  • Review lobbying on rules and other agency actions
  • Explore ethical issues in representing individuals and entities within local government
  • Hear from the ALJ bench on what happens before, during, and after hearings
  • Administrative law practitioners
  • Local government lawyers
  • Corporate counsel

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