How far can a federal agency go in promulgating or changing new regulations, rules or guidances? What can we do if new or changed regulations or directives harm our clients?
Date training recorded: Mar 3, 2017
Trainer(s): David Super, Mona Tawatao
Sponsoring Organization(s): Western Center on Law & Poverty (WCLP)


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How far can a federal agency go in promulgating or changing new regulations, rules or guidances? What can we do if new or changed regulations or directives harm our clients? Join Western Center on Law and Poverty and the Legal Aid Association of California for this timely webinar led by Professor David Super (Georgetown Law, formerly of the National Health Law Program and Community Legal Services of Philadelphia) and get answers to these and other important questions that will help arm us for the challenges our clients face now and ahead.

Presenters:
Mona Tawatao, Western Center on Law and Poverty
David Super, Georgetown Law

1.5 hrs general MCLE

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MCLE: 1.5 hours
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