Letting Government Agencies Do What They Were Created to Do

Sally Katzen Professor of Practice and Distinguished Scholar in Residence, NYU Law
Michael A. Fitzpatrick Senior Counsel and Head of Regulatory Advocacy for General Electric Company

November 12, 2008

ACS is pleased to distribute an Issue Brief by Sally Katzen, Lecturer and Public Interest/Public Service Fellow at the University of Michigan Law School, and Michael Fitzpatrick, Partner at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer and Feld LLP. The Issue Brief, entitled Letting Government Agencies Do What They Were Created To Do, was featured as part of ACS’s recent event, “A Fresh Start for a New Administration: Reforming Law and Justice Policies,” which marked the release of a collection of proposals for the next Administration.

Read the full Issue Brief here: Katzen Fitzpatrick Issue Brief