Administrative Law and Procedure
Hull, Michael S.
Stewart, David C.
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Because the Fifth Circuit decided more procedural than substantive cases during the survey period, this year's Symposium article on administrative law focuses primarily on scope of review, rulemaking authority, subpoena power, right to counsel, and abuse of administrative power. One significant substantive area, however, will also be discussed in the second part of the article. This section will review a Fifth Circuit case discussing the capital incentive rate provisions added to the Interstate Commerce Act by the Railroad Revitalization and Regulatory Reform Act.