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Lucia 2.0? - How to Use the Supreme Court’s Decision in Seila Law to Get More Remands
Hosted by the Social Security Disability Law Committee
Although thought of too rarely, other areas of the law have a significant impact on the disability world. The Supreme Court’s decision on an Appointments Clause challenge in Lucia v. Securities and Exchange Commission in the SEC context is a perfect example. Now the Supreme Court’s decision in the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) context in Seila Law LLC v. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau may present another opportunity like Lucia to generate remands on unfavorable Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) decisions.
Attend this timely CLE program to learn about the impact Seila Law currently has in the disability context, not the least of which was the firing of former Commissioner Andrew Saul. The program will explore practical ways to use the Seila Law decision to build in appellate issues if an unfavorable ALJ decision is issued.
Attend this program to hear practical guidance to help you better advocate if an unfavorable ALJ decision is issued.
David F. Chermol, Esq.
Chermol & Fishman, LLC
* This CLE is eligible to be taken for free as part of the six free CLE credits given to members in good standing. To take advantage of this benefit, enter the promo code MBRSFREE21 at checkout.
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