This long-awaited revision of the authoritative 1978 Interpretive Guide
thoroughly analyzes the Government in the Sunshine Act in the light of agency and judicial experience since its enactment in 1977. A definitive update of this leading commentary on the Act and its history, cited by the Supreme Court in FCC v ITT World Communications, Inc.,
466 U.S. 463, 471 (1984), this new edition examines major Sunshine Act case law, agency practices and legal literature of the past 28 years. It also analyzes the impact of this federal open meeting law, explains how agencies post-September 11 are reconciling new security requirements with their Sunshine Act obligations, poses issues for further study and recommends some reforms to the agencies and the Congress. So whether you are a government lawyer, a Member of Congress, an administrative law private practitioner, corporate counsel, a judge, library or anyone concerned about open government, you cannot afford to be without this comprehensive work. Order your copy today.