Recent Practice Points

Democrats May Invoke Congressional Review Act to Reverse Recent EPA Rules

By Richard Glaze and Ashley Parr – March 10, 2021 | The EPA published over 150 rules in the Federal Register during the last 60 legislative days of the 116th Congress.

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EPA’s COVID-19 Enforcement Policy under Attack in the Courts

By Charles M. Denton, Richard E. Glaze, and Ashley E. Parr – March 5, 2021 | Nine states and some nongovernmental organizations brought lawsuits against the agency's temporary enforcement policy published amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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How to Recover Oil Pollution Damages from a Vessel

How to Recover Oil Pollution Damages from a Vessel By David Loh – March 5, 2021 | There are certain universal legal issues that are likely to arise in any case in which a vessel has caused or contributed to an oil spill.

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Sound Advice Podcasts

Hot Topics in Energy Class Action Litigation

Jones Day energy litigator Will Taylor discusses current trends and recent cases relating to oil and gas class action litigation. (13:13 min.)

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Artificial Intelligence in the Electricity Industry

Navigant Economics’ Meredith Holmes and Scott Carr discuss the implementation of artificial intelligence in the electricity industry. (9:36 min.)

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Environmental & Energy Litigation

Learn how to get involved with the Environmental & Energy Litigation Committee and maximize your Section membership!