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The D.C. Circuit on Friday agreed to delay until February its voiding of a portion of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's 2008 ozone standards implementation rule that exempted some areas from transportation-related air quality requirements.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Friday urged the D.C. Circuit to reject a bid by Clean Power Plan supporters to decide the merits of the rule, saying its proposed replacement should be finalized by the first part of 2019.
An Oklahoma energy company urged a federal court Friday to quash five subpoena requests issued by an Asian investment firm as it looks to collect a $21 million arbitral award issued in China that's currently being challenged there, arguing that the award has not yet been confirmed and may never be.
A Delaware bankruptcy judge on Monday questioned a creditor’s use of an involuntary Chapter 7 action against a mining company that branded the case as an effort to neutralize its Chancery Court lawsuit against the same creditor, cautioning that the bankruptcy court is “not a collection court.”
The Wagner Law Group has expanded its practice with the addition of an ex-Mazars USA LLP Employee Retirement Income Security Act expert with years of experience under her belt, saying Monday she has come to the firm as a partner in Boston.