In the latest podcast for Crowell & Moring’s “Trump: The First Year” series, David Chung, partner in the firm’s Environment & Natural Resources Group, and Carlton Greene, partner in the International Trade Group, sit down to discuss the future of Chevron deference and how that doctrine relates to the Trump administration's goal of deconstructing the administrative state. Prior to joining the firm in 2015, Carlton served as chief counsel of FinCEN and also worked for OFAC at the Dept. of the Treasury. David’s practice focuses on litigation and regulatory counseling involving natural resources development and environmental issues.
Covered in this 22-minute podcast:
- An overview of Chevron deference and recent developments.
- How much flexibility and power agencies have when invoking Chevron deference.
- The future of Chevron deference.
- Possible implications of eliminating Chevron deference.