In This Issue:
- New Rule Proposed By OSHA Regarding Silica Exposure Likely To Impact Fracking And Increase Risk Of Litigation
- Texas Supreme Court Reaffirms Minerals Estate's Superior Rights
- Department of the Interior Proposes Rule Changes Applicable to All Federal Solid Minerals Leases
- Mitigating the Prospect of Mercury in Hydrocarbons in Exploratory Drilling
- Barclays and JP Morgan Subject to Penalties and Disgorgement of Profits for Market Manipulation
- PF2 and its relevance to PPPs in the GCC
- UK Looks to US for LNG Imports: US Regulatory Approvals Required
- In The News:
..Russia's Supreme Arbitrazh Court Summarizes Application of the Public Policy Clause
..Recent Developments: Zimbabwe — What Legal Options are Available to Mining Companies?
..Recent Developments: Kenya — What Legal Options are Available to Mining Companies?
..NYT: Growth in Global Disputes Brings Big Paychecks for Law Firms
- Excerpt from New Rule Proposed By OSHA Regarding Silica Exposure Likely To Impact Fracking And Increase Risk Of Litigation:
OSHA has proposed a new rule sharply reducing the limits for workers' exposure to silica that some experts believe could have a major impact on fracking operations and might increase the risk of litigation...
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Topics: Barclays, Disgorgement, Energy, Energy Exploration, Environmental Claims, Fracking, JPMorgan Chase, Liquid Natural Gas, Mining, OSHA, Penalties, Shale Gas, Toxic Exposure, UK, Workplace Hazards
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