Criminalizing Reasonable interpretations of Regulatory Schemes: United States v. Clay case – Podcast


The Federalist Society sponsored a podcast on July 29, 2015, discussing the United States v. Clay case, and how the federal government should not criminalize reasonable interpretations of regulatory schemes. John Lauro, Principal at the Lauro Law Firm, was one of the participants, along with Paul D. Kamenar, Washington, D.C. Attorney and Senior Fellow, Administrative Conference of the United States, and John G. Malcolm, Director of the Edwin Meese III Center for Legal and Judicial Studies, The Heritage Foundation.

 Listen to the podcast here

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