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Boyden Gray Addresses Net Neutrality Litigation at Free State Foundation Conference

Boyden Gray spoke at the Free State Foundation’s Ninth Annual Telecom Policy Conference last month at the National Press Club. He addressed judicial deference to agency interpretations, the major questions doctrine, the “Net Neutrality” case decided by the D.C. Circuit, and the dissents from the denial of rehearing en banc in that case from Judges Janice Rogers Brown and Brett Kavanaugh….

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BG&A’s “Major Questions” Argument Adopted By Two Dissenting Judges In Open Internet Order Case on Rehearing Petition

On behalf of TechFreedom, CARI.net, and individual tech innovators, BG&A filed briefs before the Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit in 2015, arguing that the FCC’s Open Internet Order is unlawful. A divided panel upheld the FCC’s Order, and BG&A filed a petition for rehearing en banc. Throughout the litigation, BG&A argued that Chevron deference was unwarranted because the FCC’s arrogation of power to regulate…

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