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By Seth Jaffe
The Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have released final rules amending significant parts of the regulations implementing the Endangered Species Act.
By Ross Margulies
We do expect there to be further revisions and amendments before PDPRA makes is to the Floor for a vote.
By Seth Jaffe
Last week, EPA proposed revisions to its regulations governing the issuance of water quality certifications under § 401 of the Clean Water Act.
By Snehal Trivedi
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration ("FDA") currently takes the position that cannabidiol (CBD) and other cannibinoids cannot be used in dietary supplements and food because of
By Seth Jaffe
Those seeking to address climate change through litigation have taken two different paths. Some cases, probably best represented by Juliana v. United States
By David Geiger, Richard Baldwin, Peter Ellis
Massachusetts Federal Court Dismisses Suit By Japanese Plaintiffs Against Massachusetts Reactor Designer For Japanese Disaster Based On Forum Non Conveniens.
By Foley Hoag LLP
Multi-state regulatory regimes as complicating factors.
By Kelly Caiazzo, Kevin Chen
Distributed generation (DG) projects across the Commonwealth have been stalled in the midst of the "Cluster Study" impacting National Grid's service territory in central and western Massachusetts.
By Seth Jaffe
Last week, the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals vacated the Fish and Wildlife Service's Biological Opinion and Incidental Take Statement for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
By Catherine Muyl, Marion Cavalier
The EU Commission issued today a "Communication to the European Parliament and the Council" which is entitled "Data protection rules as a trust enabler in the EU and beyond- taking stock",
By Thomas Barker
Last week, CMS issued a proposed rule as part of a broader Administration-wide initiative to reduce regulatory and administrative burdens.
By Seth Jaffe
I've always understood that heat causes more fatalities than other weather-related phenomena.
By Yoni Bard, Scott Bloomberg
The California Consumer Privacy Act ("CCPA") is expected to become operative on January 1, 2020 and will usher in a new
By Colin Zick, Christopher Escobedo Hart, Christina G. Hioureas, Yoni Bard, Scott Bloomberg
If you are doing business in California, the way you handle personal data could soon change in significant ways. The California Consumer Privacy Act ("CCPA")
By Neil Austin
Last month the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) sent joint warning letters to four companies that manufacture
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