The ESG 411: Will Recent SCOTUS Decision Impact SEC’s ESG Rulemaking Authority?

Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP
In this edition of The ESG 411, Rusty Pomeroy and Eric Requenez raise important questions around the potential implications of a recent ruling on the SEC’s authority to promulgate ESG disclosure rules.

In June, the United States Supreme Court issued its decision in West Virginia v. EPA, limiting the power of the EPA to regulate carbon emissions. The ruling casts an ambiguous shadow not only over the EPA, but any agency engaging in policymaking decisions going forward. Get the 411.


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