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What does COP-21 mean for business?

Global - February 1 2016 The historic COP-21 Paris Agreement on climate change is the first major development in the climate area at the international level since adoption of…

Co-authors: Paul A. Davies, R. Andrew Westgate , Stacey L. VanBelleghem, Antonio Morales, Jean-Philippe Brisson.

EPA proposes new methane and VOC emissions limits

USA - October 1 2015 On September 18, 2015, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed new limits on emissions of methane and volatile organic…

Co-authors: Claudia M. O’Brien, Michael J. Carroll.

EPA finalizes historic greenhouse gas emission reduction program

USA - August 18 2015 Existing and new power plants face increasing complexity as EPA’s historic final rule regulating greenhouse gas emissions represents a major expansion…

Co-authors: Michael J. Gergen, Claudia M. O’Brien, Marc T. Campopiano, Joshua T. Bledsoe, Jean-Philippe Brisson.

Bob Wyman: is cap-and-trade working for California?

USA - August 4 2015 Latham & Watkins Partner Bob Wyman, global Chair of the firm's Environment, Land & Resources Department and global Co-chair of the Air Quality and…

New wave of state law air pollution torts?

USA - August 18 2014 A new wave of state common law air pollution tort claims may be upon us, given the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent announcement it would not review an…

Co-authors: Michael G. Romey, Aron Potash.

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