EPA’s assistant administrator for Enforcement and Compliance Assurance, David Uhlmann, discusses the Agency’s enforcement priorities and enforcement revitalization efforts.
In This Issue
The Supreme Court considers abandoning or narrowing a longstanding doctrine requiring judicial deference to agencies’ interpretation of ambiguous federal statutes.
The scope of waters and wetlands that are federally regulated is an impermanent thing subject to court decisions and changing interpretations of the term “navigable.”…
Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act—Right to jury trial, separation of powers, and removal protection of administrative law judges
The Supreme Court considers whether the use of federal administrative law judges violates the Constitution, with potentially profound consequences for federal agencies.
How has Puerto Rico been able to pivot away from absolute darkness to a brighter energy future centered on the promise of modernization, sustainability, and resilience?
Book review: Environmental, Social, Governance: The Professional’s Guide to the Law and Practice of ESG (Israel, Fleishhacker, Johnson, eds., ABA 2023)
New SEER book on Environmental, Social, and Governance issues gives practical advice for the lawyer in this expanding field.
The Section chair spotlights the Section's dedication to environmental justice, sustainability, and climate initiatives.
Keep up with your fellow Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources (SEER) members’ recent moves and noteworthy accomplishments.