by Katy Grimes California Globe Editor & E&E Legal Senior Media Fellow Investigative Journalist Katy Grimes joins California Globe as Editor, January 1, 2019. Grimes is a longtime investigative political journalist, analyst, and author, and reports on the California Legislature and politics from the State Capitol in Sacramento. Grimes has been published in numerous news [...]
by Ellen M. Gilmer E&E News reporter Coal lobbyist Fred Palmer is joining the conservative Energy & Environment Legal Institute as a senior legal fellow. Palmer is a former Peabody Energy Corp. lobbyist who recently established the website burnmorecoal.com to advocate for the industry. He will continue his coal advocacy at the legal institute, focusing [...]
Click here to download a complete pdf version of E&E Legal Letters Issue XXI Fall 2018. Click headlines for the full article. Gov. Jerry Brown Vetoed 2016 Wildfire Management Bill While CA Burned by Katy Grimes, Senior Media Fellow, as appearing in Canada Free Press Every governor has signed regretful legislation, or made a disastrous pardon [...]
For Immediate Release: December 17, 2018 Contact: [email protected] 202-810-2001 Washington, D.C. - Craig E. Richardson, President of the Energy & Environment Legal Institute (E&E Legal), announced today that Fred Palmer, an energy policy expert with nearly fifty years of experience - most recently as Senior Vice President of Government Relations for Peabody Energy - has joined E&E Legal [...]
Last night, E&E Legal President Craig Richardson joined many other holiday revelers at the annual Department of Interior Christmas Party hosted graciously by Secretary Ryan Zinke.
Richardson’s Interview on the Steve Gruber Show Discussing the NY AG’s Frivolous Lawsuit Against Exxon
On Wednesday, December 5, E&E Legal President Craig Richardson was interviewed on the Steve Gruber Radio Show about yet another lawsuit filed by a desperate NY AG.
by Jason Hopkins Daily Caller The Trump administration is reportedly preparing to give the coal industry a boost by rolling back another Obama-era environmental regulation. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on Thursday is expected to rescind a rule that requires new coal plants to be fitted with carbon capture technology, according to several officials who spoke with [...]
Richardson’s Segment on the Joe Thomas Show to Discuss the NY AG’s Frivolous Lawsuit Against Exxon-Mobil
On Tuesday, December 4, E&E Legal's President Craig Richardson discussed the New York AG's frivious lawsuit against Exxon-Mobil on the Joe Thomas Show.
Richardson’s Appearance on Conservative Commandos Radio Show to Discuss the NY AG’s Frivolous Lawsuit Against Exxon-Mobil
On Monday, December 3rd, E&E Legal President Craig Richardson joined the Conservative Commandos Radio Show to discuss his recent op-ed, Bogus climate change lawsuits need to stop. In the piece, Richardson said, "These lawsuits, which attempt to settle policy questions that belong to elected legislatures, only serve to harm the hard-working communities who are employed by [...]
by E&E Legal President Craig Richardson As Appearing in the Washington Examiner The oil-rig chasers are at it again. New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood recently filed suit against ExxonMobil, alleging the energy company failed to account for the real future cost of complying with greenhouse-gas emissions regulations, thereby artificially inflating the valuation of its [...]