Motivating Business Clients with Problem Cases to Litigate AC19 (.MP3)

Motivating Business Clients with Problem Cases to Litigate AC19 (.MP3)

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Recorded 06/20/19
CLE Eligible Yes
Length 60 min.
Format MP3
SKU AC19-T210-DL

Liaison is closed and appeals take too long. USCIS has rescinded deference to prior approvals and a potential notice to appear is now looming. Time to sue! The experts in this session will provide an overview of the litigation process to business practitioners, identify who can sue, and address the risks and benefits.


Topics

  • Causes of Action in Federal Court: Administrative Procedure Act (APA), Federal Question Jurisdiction, Mandamus, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), Etc.
  • Exhaustion of Remedies and Standing: Who Can Sue? Can a Group of Affected Employers Sue as a Class?
  • Creating the Record: Preparing a Well-Documented Petition and RFE Response Before Federal Court Litigation
  • Structuring Fees So Clients Are Encouraged to Pursue Litigation, Recovery of Fees
  • Risks and Benefits: What Is the Return on the Employer’s Investment?

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Speakers

  • Olivia Serene Lee (DL), San Francisco, CA
  • Ronald Klasko, AILA Past President/Administrative Litigation Task Force Chair, Philadelphia, PA
  • Tammy Fox-Isicoff, AILA Board of Governors, Miami, FL
  • Michael E. Piston, Troy, MI

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