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In Administrative Law and Practice a former FTC attorney provides advice, techniques, and tips on the procedures necessary for engaging federal and state agencies in all avenues of regulated conduct. This might involve judicial review of agency decisions or, ultimately, suing the federal or state government. The text examines differences between Model State Administrative Procedure Act and federal practice, state court, and legislative pronouncements, and discusses powers and procedures for anything under government regulation. It also covers: Employment, business, and environmental law Immigration Prison conduct Agency rulemaking Elements of trial-type adjudication Due process rights and informal adjudication Judicial action Standards of review and reviewability Limitations on judicial review Public information about administrative decision-making Freedom of information Each topic explores the agency's internal decision-making procedures and the external legislative and judicial controls on administrative actions. The author purposefully addresses both the specialist and general practitioner with occasional agency issues. Short sections allow quick insight into material, and the author's annual pocket parts ensure thorough, up-to-date commentary.