Advisory Board July 9, 2024

By: Natalie Trebes, Vidal Seegobin, Susan McDonald, and Max Hakanson

The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) recently overturned the Chevron doctrine, which required courts to defer to federal agencies’ interpretation of ambiguous laws. Advisory Board’s Natalie Trebes, Vidal Seegobin, Susan McDonald, and Max Hakanson explain how this could impact healthcare and highlight what they’ll be watching in the post-Chevron era.

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SCOTUS’ Chevron decision

In a 6-3 decision, SCOTUS overturned the Chevron doctrine on June 28, repealing a 40-year-old legal precedent that required courts to defer to regulatory agencies to interpret ambiguous laws.

Since Chevron v. Natural Resources Defense Council was decided in 1984, it has become one of the...

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