Administrative Rulemaking (Westlaw)
A practical exploration of rulemaking as it has evolved, including judicial review, regulatory analysis, and the petition process. In this thoroughly updated treatise, James T. O'Reilly examines the practitioner's role as part-negotiator, part-challenger, and ultimately, litigator. Based on extensive field experience, Administrative Rulemaking covers the attorney's need to understand the rulemaking process and federal agency operations in order to adequately represent a client in the rule/writing, rule/opposing arena. All procedural steps are explained in a concise, easy-to-understand manner.