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The Supreme Court is deciding whether EPA permissibly determined that regulation of GHGs from motor vehicles triggered permitting requirements for GHG-emitting stationary sources.
Federal agencies face new challenges as they seek to implement the listing and critical habitat provisions of the ESA in light of species' climate-induced migrations.
Individual states are leading the way in addressing water management in the context of hydraulic fracking.
EPA recently issued a Memorandum strongly encouraging EPA enforcers to seek mitigation in enforcement cases. This article reviews EPA's strategy and recent examples of its use.
As the volume of electronically stored information rises exponentially in environmental cases, some judges are imposing discovery limitations and setting time limits during trial.
The Ninth Circuit has significantly narrowed plaintiffs’ and federal agency defendants’ ability to “sue and settle” their way to permanent rule changes through consent decrees.
A summary of recent environmental, energy, and resources decisions at the federal level.
The Section chair provides a behind-the-scenes look at the new program planning process for the Fall, Spring, and Water Law Conferences.
This year’s conference is being held June 4–6 at the Las Vegas Red Rock Resort and will offer timely and important information for your water law practice.