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By Russell Kooistra, Daniel Archuleta
On November 16, 2017, FERC denied requests for rehearing by various parties ("Petitioners") and a request for rehearing and stay by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation ("NYSDEC") ...
By Jamond Perry, Thomas S. DeVita
On November 16, 2017, FERC issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking ("NOPR") in which it proposed to approve two Reliability Standards—PRC-027-1 (Coordination of Protection Systems...
By Kevin Kieffer, Ryan C. Tuley, Ross Smith
The Court of Appeals of New York in Carlson v. American Intl. Group, Inc., 2017 N.Y. LEXIS 3280, No. 47, (N.Y. Nov. 20, 2017) overturned the lower court's determination that N.Y. Insurance Law § 3420 ...
By Brooke Conkle, Alan Wingfield
The Third Circuit recently clarified in important ways its ascertainability standard for class actions under Rule 23 in a case that arose from the efforts of an auto finance company ...
By Adrienne Thompson, Jasmine C. Hites
On November 15, 2017, PJM Interconnection LLC ("PJM") released two proposals to modify how Locational Marginal Prices ("LMPs") are formed in its wholesale energy market ...
By Julie Hoffmeister, Alan Wingfield
On November 16, the Federal Communications Commission adopted new rules to allow telephone carriers to block robocalls as potentially fraudulent when they come from certain types of phone numbers.
By David Anthony, Cindy Hanson, Stephen Piepgrass, Alan Wingfield
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Director Richard Cordray's announced yesterday (as covered here) that he will be resigning from his position by the end of this month.
By Troutman Sanders Tobacco Practice
In the cross-appeals of a $246,975,614 judgment won by New York State and New York City, amici curiae have filed briefs in support of the United Parcel Service, Inc., ("UPS").
By Julie Hoffmeister, Timothy St. George
In recent years, many financial institutions and credit card companies have begun offering consumers free access to their credit score.
By Troutman Sanders Tobacco Practice
Further briefing and deliberation are expected on a Motion to Intervene filed by several anti-tobacco advocacy and health groups in Nicopure Labs, LLC, v. FDA, No. 17-5196 (D.C. Cir.).
By William Droze
The United States Supreme Court announced today that it will hear oral argument in the Florida v. Georgia lawsuit on January 8, 2018.
By Angela Levin, Andrea Wortzel, Richard Pepper
Previously, we reported on the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's ("USFWS") issuance of the final ESA Compensatory Mitigation Policy ("ESA-CMP"), the first comprehensive treatment of compensatory ...
By William Hurd, Siran S. Faulders, Ashley L. Taylor, Paige Fitzgerald
On November 15, as has been widely reported, the Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Richard Cordray, announced by email to his staff that he would be resigning at the end of the month.
By Margaret Campbell, Mack McGuffey, Melissa Trimble
In an October 16, 2017 order signed by EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt, EPA reversed a position it has held for many years — that the Agency has authority ...
By Timothy St. George, David Anthony, James Trefil, Stephen Lozier
A federal district court in Connecticut recently ruled that a debt collector's 29 telephone calls to a debtor's home telephone over a period of 24 days was sufficient to establish a claim ...
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