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  • January 15, 2019

    Shutdown Draining Tribes, National Parks, Dem Panel Told

    A Democratic committee heard testimony Tuesday about the ongoing federal shutdown, with House Democrats blaming President Donald Trump for the shutdown and hearing testimony detailing the shutdown's worsening impact on Native Americans and public lands.

  • January 15, 2019

    €128M Award Against Spain Can Be Enforced, Court Hears

    London-based asset manager Eiser Infrastructure Ltd. argued Monday that a D.C. federal court has no authority to independently determine whether Spain consented to arbitrate a dispute over renewable energy subsidies, and, as such, can enforce a €128 million ($146 million) arbitral award against the country.

  • January 15, 2019

    Kasowitz Tells DC Circ. That Chem Cos. Hid Dangers

    Kasowitz Benson Torres LLP told the D.C. Circuit on Monday that a lower court got it wrong when it tossed the firm's suit accusing four chemical companies of violating the Toxic Substances Control Act by failing to tell the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency about a chemical's alleged danger.

  • January 15, 2019

    Gov't Hits Tetra Tech With FCA Suit Over Navy Cleanup Work

    The federal government has accused a Tetra Tech unit of billing the U.S. Navy for radiation remediation services at a former Navy shipyard in San Francisco that it did not actually perform, in violation of the False Claims Act.

  • January 15, 2019

    4th Circ. Backs Va. Water Permit For $5B Pipeline

    A Fourth Circuit panel has rejected a petition by a coalition of environmental groups that challenged Virginia’s decision to issue a Clean Water Act certification for the $5 billion Atlantic Coast gas pipeline, saying the state did not act arbitrarily and ignore the project’s risks.

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