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New Decision in Mega ESA Case Dismisses Most Consultation Claims with Prejudice, Although Certain Claims Survive Pending Further...

In a wide-ranging decision issued on August 13, 2014, in Center for Biological Diversity v. EPA (N.D. Cal.) (often referred to as the "Mega ESA" case), Magistrate Judge Spero has dismissed most of the claims by the Plaintiffs...more

Scientists Weigh In On Biogenic Carbon Accounting Debate

On June 19, 2014, over 90 scientists sent a letter to EPA urging the Agency to move forward under its Tailoring Rule by "1) moving beyond the flawed assumption that bioenergy is inherently carbon neutral; 2) rejecting the...more

TSCA Reform: Democratic Minority Circulates Redline of April 22, 2014, CICA Discussion Draft

The Democratic Minority has circulated a redline version of the April 22, 2014, discussion draft of the Chemicals in Commerce Act (CICA2). A copy of the redline version of CICA2 is available online. The redline version is an...more

Wrap-Up of Federal and State Chemical Regulatory Developments, May 2014

B&C® Creates TSCA Reform Online Hub: Bergeson & Campbell, P.C. (B&C®) has created an online hub for news, information, and commentary on Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) reform that is available at www.TSCAreform.org....more

Legislative Update Report No. 2013-15 - Aug 9, 2013

In This Article: Federal Government; Alberta; British Columbia; Manitoba; New Brunswick; Newfoundland; Northwest Territories; Nova Scotia; Nunavut; Ontario; Prince Edward Island; Québec/Quebec; Saskatchewan; and Yukon...more

DISPUTE RESOLUTION: Business Litigation: Preserving the Attorney-Client Privilege Between Client, Attorney, and Independent...

Energy companies may sometimes need to hire a non-expert independent technical consultant or engineer to perform sensitive environmental or related work, whether it be remediation/cleanup, conduction of environmental studies,...more

IP Buzz - January 2012

In this issue; - Despite Opposition, ICANN Launches Top-Level Registration - Pleading Standards for Inequitable Conduct – Did Therasense Change the Rules? - America Invents Act – Already Making its Mark -...more

IP Litigation Insider - December 2010

In This Issue: Qui Tam, Quo Vadis II By: John Jackson and Sara Hollan Judge Ward in the Eastern District of Texas recently determined that the intent to deceive element of a false marking claim need not be plead with...more

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