October 2009

AbCDE - Thoughts on an "Absolute" Carbon Dioxide Exclusion

October 27, 2009 20:28
by J. Wylie Donald
We trust that those of you following climate change litigation have heard the veritable tap dance of decisions emanating out of the federal courts in the last month.  First, Connecticut v. American Electric Power was reversed by the Second Circuit.  That was followed by the District Court for the Northern District of California dismissing Native Village of Kivalina v. ExxonMobil and rejecting the Second Circuit’s analysis.  The Fifth Circuit, not to be outdone, reversed the ...

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