by E&E Legal Craig Richardson As appearing on InsideSources Time is running out for Oakland and San Francisco politicians who are desperately trying to salvage their failing bid to grab billions of dollars from oil companies, including Exxon, Chevron, BP and Conoco Phillips. Their meritless lawsuit was dismissed and now their case hinges on an [...]
by Tomas Kassahun Legal Newsline NEW YORK (Legal Newsline) – In a brief filed March 7 in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, the Department of Justice (DOJ) said it supports the dismissal of New York City's climate change lawsuit against the oil industry. According to the DOJ, the appeals court should [...]
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.
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.
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 [...]
Capitol Media Service: Justices let stand order that climate researchers hand over University of Arizona emails
by Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services PHOENIX — An organization that questions the role of humans in climate change is going to get access to the emails and records of work done by two scientists at the University of Arizona in its bid to argue that their research is flawed. The Arizona Supreme Court on [...]
On August 7, E&E Legal Senior Policy Fellow Greg Walcher was a panelist at one of the Heartland Institute's Energy First Conference held in New Orleans, LA. Walcher was one of three panelists on a session, Climate Lawsuits Against Energy Companies And The Government. As the panel description explained, "Environmental activists are losing the public debate, [...]
by Greg Walcher, E&E Legal Senior Policy Fellow Educating children is a responsibility we all share. That’s why schools are public, to make sure we pass along to the next generation our system of self-government based on individual freedom, personal responsibility, and the rule of law. It is our job to educate children, not the [...]
by Chris White Daily Caller A non-profit group that researches energy regulations is suing the State Department for information about a green energy lobbyist who coordinated with China to push Obama-era climate policies. The Institute for Energy Research filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the Trump administration seeking records related to lobbyist Jennifer Morgan’s push for [...]
By James M. Taylor and H. Sterling Burnett Heartland Institute The Energy and Environment Legal Institute (E&E Legal)...trounced government hacks in the grips of climate alarmist mania in two court battles recently. In the first case, Arizona’s appellate court issued a terse, seven-word decision, “Motion for Stay Pending Appeal is DENIED,” in a case in [...]