Election Day 2014 offered a rollercoaster ride for both Republicans and Democrats. The article’s authors predict a similar ride for environmental legislation.
After years of favoring affirmative defenses for excess emissions during startup, shutdown, and malfunctions, EPA (prompted in part by a D.C. Circuit decision) has reversed course.
The fuzzy math in EPA’s proposed Clean Power Plan may create a perverse incentive that encourages the replacement of nuclear power with GHG-emitting sources.
Enforcement inspections are a fact of life. With some targeted preparation and good training, you can help your clients anticipate the contingencies and protect their interests.
Learn easy ways to make your travels less stressful, less expensive, and more organized.
A checklist for environmental practitioners assisting with Clean Air Act Title V air operation permit renewals.
A summary of recent environment, energy, and resources decisions at the federal level.
Networking enhances your reputation and is invaluable to practice development. Consider these opportunities for lawyers practicing environmental, energy, and resources law.
The Section has taken steps to ensure it remains current with, and ahead of, the development of environmental regulatory, judicial, and administrative systems in many nations.
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