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  • August 18, 2017

    Feds Seek 3 Years For Ex-VW Engineer In Emissions Scandal

    Federal prosecutors asked a Michigan federal judge Friday to sentence ex-Volkswagen AG engineer James Liang to three years in prison after he pled guilty to charges stemming from the diesel emissions scandal, while his attorney sought house arrest and community service.

  • August 18, 2017

    US, TransCanada Seek To Trash Keystone Pipeline ESA Claim

    TransCanada and the U.S. government asked a Montana federal judge on Friday to toss a citizen-suit claim brought under the Endangered Species Act in a suit challenging the government’s approval of permits for the Keystone XL pipeline revived by President Donald Trump, saying environmental groups don’t have standing to bring ESA claims in response to presidential action.

  • August 18, 2017

    Trump Infrastructure Order Shows Strategy Without Clear Plan

    The Trump administration's recent executive order seeking to expedite permitting and approvals for infrastructure projects is an encouraging sign the president is curtailing what he views as overregulation and inching toward advancing his promised — yet still unseen — infrastructure investment proposal, experts say.

  • August 18, 2017

    Uber Can’t Use Ex-Exec’s Doc Theft Admission At Waymo Trial

    After receiving a flurry of letters from all sides, U.S. District Judge William Alsup on Friday upheld a finding that attorney-client privilege blocked testimony alleging former Uber self-driving car head Anthony Levandowski admitted to an Uber attorney he’d stolen documents from his previous employer, Waymo.

  • August 18, 2017

    Uber Asks 3rd Circ. Not To Revive Philly Cab Antitrust Suit

    The Philadelphia Taxi Association should not get its antitrust suit against Uber reinstated because its alleged injuries are the result of an increase, rather than a decrease in competition, Uber told the Third Circuit on Friday.

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