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    Lies About Israel and Real Estate – The Jewish Link

    The Importance of Legal Expertise in Today’s Business World Introduction In today’s business world, legal expertise is a vital asset that can help companies navigate the complexities of the law. Legal knowledge can help businesses avoid costly legal battles, protect their interests, and comply with regulations. Unfortunately, many companies overlook the importance of legal expertise, […] More

  • Biden admin delays crucial climate rule: The Washington Post

    The EPA Delays Final Limits on Gas-Fired Power Plant Emissions Introduction The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced its plans to delay final limits on planet-warming emissions from gas-fired power plants, and to significantly strengthen them. This crucial rule, which is a part of President Biden’s climate agenda, may not be finalized until after November. […] More

  • US Supreme Court Hears Case That Could Impact Interstate Pollution

    Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Ohio v. Environmental Protection Agency The debate over the Environmental Protection Agency’s 2023 “Good Neighbor” plan was heard in the Supreme Court on Wednesday in the case of Ohio v. Environmental Protection Agency. The plan aimed to address air pollution in 23 states that was impacting other states located downwind […] More

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    Up and Coming Litigation Cases The National Law Review

    The Potential Impact of the Loper Bright and Relentless Cases on Environmental Law B&D presents the 2024 Litigation Look Ahead series, featuring a compilation of recently decided or pending cases that could carry significant outcomes and ramifications for current and potential clients. In this first installment, our litigation team examines two U.S. Supreme Court cases […] More

  • PFAS Companies Face Legal Firestorm in CityView Magazine

    Lawsuits Filed Against Chemical Companies for PFAS Contamination in Cape Fear River Gain Traction In recent months, a number of lawsuits have been filed against DuPont and its subsidiaries, Chemours and Corteva, by dozens of individual plaintiffs residing in the Cape Fear region. These lawsuits aim to hold the chemical companies responsible for contaminating the […] More

  • DEC Seeks Input on Proposal to Further Protect Freshwater Wetlands

    New York’s Great Outdoors and Freshwater Wetlands Protection Program New York’s Great Outdoors and Freshwater Wetlands Protection Program Discover the Beauty of New York’s Great Outdoors New York state is blessed with an abundance of natural beauty, offering numerous ways to experience the great outdoors. Whether you’re a fishing enthusiast or prefer to spend your […] More

  • Michigan environmental bills pushed to 2024, a legislative stalemate

    The Legislative Agenda for Michigan in 2024 Michigan lawmakers in 2023 passed important legislation, including restrictions on gun ownership and expanding early in-person voting. The Democrats also adjourned the session a month early in a procedural move to allow Michigan to hold its presidential primary on Feb. 27 in 2024. However, there is a lot […] More

  • Eviden Launches EcoDesignCloud Technology Today on EIN Presswire

    Enhancing Product Sustainability through Life Cycle Assessments (LCA) EcoDesignCloud: A New Trusted Cloud-Based Platform for Sustainable Product Management Paris, France – November 20, 2023 – Eviden, a business of the Atos Group that leads in digital, cloud, big data, and security, has introduced ‘EcoDesignCloud.’ It is a new, cloud-based platform to help organizations manage and […] More

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    Polluting Industries Refuse to Pay the Price for Cleaner Air Claims NY Times

      The EPA’s New Soot Regulations: Balancing Economic Concerns and Public Health Introduction The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is set to unveil new regulations concerning soot, a harmful pollutant caused by various industries and natural disasters such as wildfires. The regulations come as the Biden administration rolls back moves made by the previous administration, […] More