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Administrative Law: Basics and Recent Developments 2023

Product ID: CA3562W
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Produced by the Administrative and Local Government Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin in partnership with State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Administrative ability

Hearings before administrative bodies aren’t the same as those in court. They require special preparation as well as knowledge of that entity’s unique procedures. If your client’s issue is scheduled before a state or local agency or board, are you familiar with the agency’s expectations? Are you fully prepared to present your case to that board?

Administrative Law: Basics and Recent Developments offers insights into the nuances of practicing before administrative and local government boards and agencies. Whether you represent a government entity or an individual, you’ll learn:

  • Which agency decisions a party may challenge
  • How administrative law intersects with constitutional law
  • Procedural and substantive requirements for initiating a contested case
  • How agencies promulgate rules
  • Ethical considerations for administrative law practice
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Pricing

Member $249.00

Non-Member $329.00

Credits

5 CLE, 1 EPR

Date and Time

Tuesday, September 19, 20238:00 AM - 12:35 PM CT

Add to Calendar 9/19/2023 8:00:00 AM 9/19/2023 12:35:00 PM America/Chicago Administrative Law: Basics and Recent Developments 2023

Produced by the Administrative and Local Government Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin in partnership with State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Administrative ability

Hearings before administrative bodies aren’t the same as those in court. They require special preparation as well as knowledge of that entity’s unique procedures. If your client’s issue is scheduled before a state or local agency or board, are you familiar with the agency’s expectations? Are you fully prepared to present your case to that board?

Administrative Law: Basics and Recent Developments offers insights into the nuances of practicing before administrative and local government boards and agencies. Whether you represent a government entity or an individual, you’ll learn:

  • Which agency decisions a party may challenge
  • How administrative law intersects with constitutional law
  • Procedural and substantive requirements for initiating a contested case
  • How agencies promulgate rules
  • Ethical considerations for administrative law practice
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Produced by the Administrative and Local Government Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin in partnership with State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Administrative ability

Hearings before administrative bodies aren’t the same as those in court. They require special preparation as well as knowledge of that entity’s unique procedures. If your client’s issue is scheduled before a state or local agency or board, are you familiar with the agency’s expectations? Are you fully prepared to present your case to that board?

Administrative Law: Basics and Recent Developments offers insights into the nuances of practicing before administrative and local government boards and agencies. Whether you represent a government entity or an individual, you’ll learn:

  • Which agency decisions a party may challenge
  • How administrative law intersects with constitutional law
  • Procedural and substantive requirements for initiating a contested case
  • How agencies promulgate rules
  • Ethical considerations for administrative law practice
Read More ↓

Program Chair:

Christa Westerberg
Pines Bach LLP
Madison

Presenters:

Eduardo E. Castro
Pines Bach LLP
Madison

Evan Feinauer
Clean Wisconsin
Madison

Peter G. Davis
Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission
Madison

Michael J. Kowalkowski
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
Madison

Mark R. Thompson
Wisconsin Department of Health Services
Madison

Matthew W. O'Neill
Fox, O'Neill & Shannon, S.C.
Milwaukee

Timothy C. Samuelson
Office of Lawyer Regulation
Madison

Jeffrey J. Shampo
Labor & Industry Review Commission
Madison

Francis X. Sullivan
Office of Lawyer Regulation
Madison

8:00 a.m. Case Updates on Administrative Law and Petitions for Judicial Review

  • Updates on recent cases affecting petitions for judicial review, including decisions on which agency decisions a party may challenge, standing requirements for parties seeking judicial review, and when a party may expand the administrative record in circuit court
  • Discuss recent cases concerning the intersection of administrative law and constitutional law

Evan Feinauer

8:40 a.m. Contested Case Hearing Basics

  • Procedural and substantive requirements for initiating a contested case hearing under Wis. Stat. Ch. 227 and various laws administered by the DNR
  • Mechanics of participating as a party in a contested case from pre-hearing to post-decision, with particular focus on cases concerning the DNR

Michael J. Kowalkowski

9:10 a.m. Administrative Rules for Beginners

  • What is an administrative rule, and why do they matter?
  • When may an agency promulgate administrative rules?
  • How does an agency promulgate rules, and who else is involved in that process?

Mark R. Thompson

9:55 a.m. Break

10:10 a.m. Practice Before Labor and Industry Review Commission (LIRC)

  • LIRC's jurisdiction: appeals from administrative law judge's decisions in unemployment insurance, worker's compensation, and equal rights
  • Procedure before LIRC
  • Procedure within LIRC
  • Appeals from LIRC decisions

Peter G. Davis, Jeffrey J. Shampo

11:00 a.m. Everyone's Favorite Defendant: Wisconsin Election Commission and the Role of Administration Law in Elections in Wisconsin

  • The WEC: Structure, Role and Complaint Procedures
  • Interplay of the WEC and Municipalities in Election Administration in Wisconsin
  • Recent and Possible Future Developments of Election/Administrative Law

Eduardo E. Castro, Matthew W. O'Neill

11:45 a.m. Ethical Considerations in Client Communications

  • SCR 20:1.4 and other rules of professional conduct that apply to client communications
  • Best practices in client communications
  • Recent disciplinary decisions related to communications

Francis X. Sullivan, Timothy C. Samuelson

12:35 p.m. Program Concludes

  • Get up to speed on recent case law and petitions for judicial review
  • Understand the basics of contested case hearings
  • Learn when and how an agency can promulgate administrative rules
  • Gain insider perspectives on practicing before particular agencies
  • Explore ethical issues in representing individuals and entities within local government
  • Municipal lawyers
  • Administrative lawyers
  • Government lawyers

Administrative and Local Government Law Section members save $20 on tuition!* Log in to view discounted rate. 

*The $20 discount applies only to the in-person, live webcast, and webcast replay versions of this seminar – not to CLE OnDemand. Administrative and Local Government Law (ALG) Section members with Ultimate Passes, other CLE passes, or PINNACLE discounts are not eligible for this discount. The ALG Section may discontinue this discount at any time. 

Administrative and Local Government Law Section members attending the in-person program on September 19, 2023 are invited to stay after the program and enjoy a complimentary lunch provided by the section. 

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