Virginia Supreme Court Oral Arguments Set for Week of January 6, 2014 in E&E Legal Uva/Mann Appeal
Introducing The Energy & Environment Legal Institute (E&E Legal)
Tanton Op-Ed: Getting Away from Biofuels
Calling on U.S. Senate Committee to Oppose Ron Binz’s FERC Nomination
E&E Legal files suit to compel U of A to produce IPCC, pressure group “Hockey Stick” emails
Greg Walcher Releases a New Book: Smoking them Out
Free-market environmentalism through strategic litigation
by Jack Spencer Michigan Capitol Confidential Court battles over the Colorado and Minnesota renewable energy mandates could potentially mark the beginning of the end for similar laws in other states, including Michigan. In June, Judge Richard Posner of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit Court wrote that…
E&E Legal Files VA Supreme Court Brief in its UVA/Mann Case. Freedom of the Press Group, Media Organizations, Joins Case In Support of E&E Legal
For Immediate Release: November 14, 2013 Contact: Craig Richardson, Executive Director, Richardson@eelegal.org Washington, D.C. — Today, The Energy & Environment Legal Institute (E&E Legal) filed a Brief of Appellant with the Virginia Supreme Court against the University of Virginia (UVA) for their failure to release e-mails of former UVA professor, Dr. Michael Mann,…
by Michael Conger Washington Examiner Environmental Protection Agency officials are using reproduction fees to delay or avoid releasing documents under the Freedom of Information Act, two conservative think tanks said in a complaint filed with the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. The Free Market Environmental Law Clinic…
A recent paper by Cullenward and Weiskopf of Stanford University’s Environmental and Natural Resources Law & Policy Program lends additional gravitas to an important message E&E Legal’s Tom Tanton has been pointing out for years: California’s cap-and-trade program could end up causing larger net global emissions of greenhouse gasses than…
On October 19, 2013, Greg Walcher, E&E Legal Board Member and Senior Policy Fellow, was a guest on Mrs. Green’s World radio show. He was discussing his book, Smoking Them Out: The Theft of the Environment and How to Take it Back. Click here to listen to his interview.
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Greg Walcher, Guest Heritage Foundation Lecturer, Discussing Smoking Them Out
On Wednesday, October 16, E&E Legal Board Member and Senior Policy Fellow Greg Walcher participated in the Heritage Foundation Guest Lecturer series. He discussed his book, Smoking Them Out: The Theft of the Environment and How to Take It Back.
David Schnare Discusses New Colorado Bill That Validates ATI’s Lawsuit Challenging the Constitutionality of the State’s Renewable Energy Mandate on the Amy Oliver Show
Dr. David Schnare Discusses the Latest Developments in ATI’s Lawsuit Against the State of Colorado Regarding Their Renewable Energy Standards on The Amy Oliver Show
Patient seeking $2 million in EPA human experimentation case
by Charlotte Huffman
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A Durham man has filed a complaint against the EPA seeking more than $2 million in the case some are calling “illegal human experimentation.”
Matthew Cipparone is claiming monetary damages under the Federal Tort Claims Act for his personal injury, including past and future lost wages, future medical expenses, and pain and suffering as a result of his participation in EPA studies.