News & Analysis as of

Business Lit Ledger -- Fall 2014

In This Issue: - Promoting the False Claims Act By Dismissing Meritless Qui Tam Actions -Delaware Supreme Court Extends Shareholder Books and Records Inspection Rights to Privileged Internal Investigation...more

Litigating Against Government Agencies: Case Studies in Challenges to Agency Decisions Under Federal Environmental Statutes

Record review challenges to federal agency decisions in the environmental context are, arguably, among the most frequently litigated and, yet, the least frequently won or favorably settled federal cases. Several case studies...more

Your HazMat Is In The Air: When Things Go Wrong

With increased inspections and enforcement, businesses are discovering the hard way that many common materials are “hazardous materials” (“HazMat”) under U.S. DOT rules. ...more

WVDEP Hires New Oil and Gas Employees

One of the provisions of the West Virginia Horizontal Well Control Act passed in December 2011 increased the permit fees for horizontal wells from $400 to $10,000. At the time this legislation was under consideration, West...more

Patton Boggs Insights - December 2012: Enforcement: MSHA Impact Inspections

Stepping up enforcement at coal mines with alleged violations relating to respirable coal dust, MSHA targeted 13 operations in September under its impact inspection program that the agency contended had a history of...more

5 Results
|
View per page
Page: of 1