ABA Teleconference: Massachusetts v. EPA: A New Regulatory Climate?
April 17, 2007
On April 2, 2007, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled, by a 5-4 vote, that EPA has authority to regulate emissions of greenhouse gases from new motor vehicles. The Court remanded the case to EPA. This teleconference will discuss the implications of the decision: What will happen at EPA, and when? How will the decision affect other industries? How will pending litigation be affected, and will new lawsuits be spawned? What do lawyers need to tell their clients in preparing for future carbon regulation?
Ann Klee is one of the panelists in this teleconference.
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