In this multi-jurisdictional guide, explore an overview of key legal issues, rules and developments regarding oil and gas regulation across a range of jurisdictions.
In Case You Missed It, the Law Department Management Network's February 2021 Legal Quick Hit was titled "How to Develop and Advance an Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) Program." You can view this quick checklist, developed by Seyfarth Shaw LLP, to get a brief snapshot into the program.
This article provides an overview of the Australian government’s ongoing reforms of laws aimed at protecting the country’s ‘critical infrastructure assets’ and ‘systems of national significance.’ The overview includes an outline of the three key provisions of the Exposure Draft of the Security Legislation Amendment (Critical Infrastructure) Bill 2020, released on 9 November 2020.
In this multi-jurisdictional guide, explore an overview of key legal issues, rules and developments regarding renewable energy across a range of jurisdictions.
Explore ACC's selection of global, regional, and country-focused resources to help in-house counsel navigate legal, business and career issues arising from the COVID-19 (coronavirus / 2019-nCov) crisis.
Learn about the implications of the US Supreme Court's decision of June 30, 2002, in the case West Virginia v. EPA.
This article summarises the German Parliament's legislative package on renewable energy, which is regarded as the largest energy policy amendment in decades.
Learn about key EU and national public procurement regulations, in this multi-jurisdictional guide.
In this multi-jurisdictional guide, explore an overview of key legal issues, rules and developments regarding mining law across a range of jurisdictions.
Learn about the suggestions by European lawmakers to regulate windfall profits in the electricity markets in the EU and member states.
In this multi-jurisdictional guide, explore an overview of key legal issues, rules and developments regarding energy across a range of jurisdictions.
The US Supreme Court has long been skeptical of novel proposals by federal agencies to address issues of vast economic and political significance. In West Virginia v. EPA, the Court made clear that its past cases reviewing novel applications and interpretations of agency powers do constitute an identifiable “doctrine” for application by courts going forward. When an administrative agency makes a “major policy decision,” it must have “clear congressional authorization” to do so. This case may represent one of the Supreme Court’s most significant administrative law decisions since Chevron U.S.A. Inc. v. Natural Resources Defense Council in 1984.
Read a summary of key developments in California environmental law to consider in 2023.