The businesses derive their power particularly from Title II, III, and IV of the Texas Government Code. This course will study the sources of such administrative authority, rationales for why Congress delegates to such businesses, questions of administrative agencies’ position and legitimacy, as well as the constitutional constraints on company energy. The course may also study the different forms of company rulemaking and adjudication, the scope and objective of judicial review of agency motion, in addition to presidential control over agency power. The Administrative Law Bureau of the Attorney General’s Office primarily serves as counsel to professional licensure and disciplinary boards.
Courts are prepared to grant such leeway, however, solely to the extent that they are assured that the company has complied with the requirements of due process in making its decisions. To the extent that businesses make rules solely after in depth public participation in their deliberations, they address … Read More