Travis Wussow Quoted in ‘Houston Business Journal’ About Supreme Court’s Reversal of Chevron Deference

July 8, 2024 | Mentions

Jackson Walker partner Travis Wussow was featured in a Houston Business Journal article discussing the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn its 40-year-old precedent in Chevron U.S.A. v. Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc.

“This is one of the most consequential cases that the Supreme Court has decided in many years,” he said. “If federal agencies have less power, then those who are regulated may take a different footing when engaging with their regulators because there are other options available to them. They can go to court if they feel that the agency has stepped out of line.”

In the article, Travis added: “The thing we know for sure is that it will lead to a much greater role for the courts when it comes to federal regulatory matters.”

For more insight about the decision, view Travis Wussow and Michael Nasi’s article, “Supreme Court Issues Landmark Decision Curbing Authority of Federal Agencies.”

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Travis Wussow is a regulatory and governmental affairs lawyer with extensive experience solving complex regulatory and public policy problems. As an advisor and advocate, Travis assists clients in navigating and shaping their regulatory landscape, helping them maintain compliance while advancing their broader strategic goals. His extensive public policy experience spans healthcare, technology, education, constitutional law, and international human rights. This diverse background allows him to bring a unique perspective to his practice.