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Virginia Supreme Court Affirms No Coverage For Global Warming Claims Alleging Intentional Emission Of Carbon Dioxide
On Friday, April 20, 2012, ruling on the insured’s motion for rehearing, the Virginia Supreme Court unanimously upheld its prior decision, holding that the insurer was not required to defend AES Corporation because the alleged emission of carbon dioxide was not an occurrence within the meaning of a general liability policy.
United States
30 Apr 2012
Energy And Environmental Provisions Of The 2012 Omnibus Spending Bill
As the last days of the year wind down, Congress scurries around to finish its unfinished business, almost always with "surprises" for the regulated community.
United States
28 Dec 2011
Global-Warming Litigation Gets Frosty Reception At The Supreme Court
It is often difficult to predict the outcome of Supreme Court cases. This is not because the individual justices are particularly fickle or inscrutable. The reason is quite simple: The cases that make it all the way to the Supreme Court are hard.
United States
31 May 2011
Two Important Climate Change Cases Were Argued Before The US Supreme Court And The Virginia Supreme Court On April 19, 2011
At issue in the Supreme Court case, American Electric Power Co. (AEP), et al. v. Connecticut, is whether states can use public nuisance laws to force coal-burning power plants to reduce their carbon dioxide emissions.
United States
3 May 2011
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