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By Adrienne Thompson, Thomas S. DeVita
On February 15, 2018, FERC issued a notice that staff will hold a technical conference on April 10-11, 2018 to discuss the participation of distributed energy resources...
By Adrienne Thompson, Thomas S. DeVita
FERC found that several transmission owners participating in the PJM Interconnection market have been acting inconsistently with FERC Order No. 890...
By Russell Kooistra, Jasmine C. Hites
On February 12, 2018, the White House issued its proposed framework for an infrastructure bill to Congress. Notably, the White House's infrastructure plan proposes ...
By Andrea Wortzel, Angela Levin, Justin Wong
Last week, the Center for Biological Diversity, Water Keeper Alliance, and a coalition of other organizations served a Notice of Intent to Sue the U.S. EPA and Army Corps of Engineers, alleging the Agencies' delay ...
By Troutman Sanders
In an attempt to bring clarity following the recent Supreme Court decision—which as noted in our prior post will result in expiration of the nationwide stay of the 2015 revised definition of "waters of the U.S." that was imposed two years ago by the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals—EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) issued a final rule extending the applicability date of the 2015 revised definition to February 6, 2020.
By Troutman Sanders
The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 signed by President Trump on February 11th, included a package of tax credits that may be a boost for renewable energy development and storage projects.
By William Derasmo, Clifford Sikora
The Commission in recent years issued several notices of inquiry, notices of proposed rulemaking, and policy statements regarding various energy storage and ancillary service supply issues.
By Brooke Conkle, Michael Lacy
The deal ran into trouble soon thereafter, as the parties had difficulty finding and locating individual class members.
By Brooke Conkle, Alan Wingfield
A state court in Arizona returned a $1.85 million verdict against two related rental car companies, resolving a consumer fraud suit raised by the Arizona Attorney General's Office. The A.G.'s Office originally filed suit against Phoenix Car Rental, Saban's Rent-A-Car, and the companies' owner, Dennis N. Saban, in 2014, alleging violation of the Arizona Consumer Fraud Act.
By Andrea Wortzel, Angela Levin, Laura Boorman
On Monday February 12, President Trump unveiled his long-awaited infrastructure plan.
By Scott Kelly, Timothy St. George
On February 7, the Washington State House of Representatives approved a bill that would "ban the box" and prohibit requests about past criminal history in initial employment applications.
By Scott Kelly, Timothy St. George
On February 1, the city council of Kansas City, Missouri passed a "ban the box" ordinance which prohibits nearly all Kansas City employers ...
By Shawn J. O'Brien, Peter Glaser
On February 14, 2018, the House Committee on Energy and Commerce held a hearing on the Environmental Protection Agency's ("EPA") New Source Review ("NSR") permitting program as an initial step towards NSR reform.
By David Anthony, Ashley L. Taylor, Alan Wingfield, Jonathan Floyd
On February 12, 2018, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ("CFPB") released its strategic plan for 2018 through 2022.
By Russell Kooistra, Jasmine C. Hites
On February 2, 2018, the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit remanded FERC's decision denying complaints that the ISO-NE rules locking in prices for new entrants to ISO-NE's FCM result in price...
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