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The Venezuelan government is taking its effort to torpedo a $1.4 billion arbitral award issued to Canadian mining company Crystallex International Corp. to the D.C. Circuit Court, according to a notice of appeal filed Friday.
The U.S. Department of Justice announced Monday that a Georgia-based subcontractor has agreed to pay $4.6 million to settle False Claims Act allegations that it ducked quality assurance requirements and supplied defective steel reinforcing bars during the construction of a U.S. Department of Energy nuclear waste treatment facility.
A subsidiary of Adams Resources & Energy Inc. hit Chapter 11 on Friday in Delaware bankruptcy court with a plan to auction its assets after several years of depressed oil prices caught up with the exploration firm’s bottom line and created a liquidity shortage for the company.
The first 100 days of the Trump administration have been momentous for environmental policy. Brian Israel and Ethan Shenkman of Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP outline what we know so far about President Donald Trump’s environmental agenda, identify key unknowns, and discuss five major obstacles that Trump will face as he seeks to implement his environmental agenda.
Environmental advocates Monday kept pressing the Third Circuit to speed up their challenge to a Clean Water Act permit the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers issued for a Kinder Morgan unit's pipeline project, arguing the court can still decide the matter before the pipe is buried.