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The Clean Air Act (“CAA”) envisions states and the federal government working together to improve air quality. Under the CAA, states must develop State Implementation Plans (“SIPs”) to implement National Ambient Air Quality Standards (“NAAQS”) set by the EPA. The EPA can reject a SIP and impose its...

On June 28, 2024, in Loper Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo, the United States Supreme Court reversed its 40-year-old decision in Chevron v. Natural Resources Defense Council, thereby restoring the judiciary’s final authority to interpret statutes, a powerful check on administrative agency authority...

On June 24, the Supreme Court granted certiorari review in a case with serious implications for those seeking federal permits which, in turn, require environmental impact statements under the National Environmental Policy Act (“NEPA”). NEPA is the most litigated federal environmental statute, and a...

BALTIMORE, (JUNE 12, 2024) – In joining Saul Ewing as a new partner, Carville B. Collins brings the firm’s clients more than 30 years of experience representing energy, water and other regulated businesses seeking a wide array of approvals from Maryland regulators. His practice also includes work in...

On May 10, 2024, Maryland Governor Wes Moore signed the Brighter Tomorrow Act (the “Act”) into law. The Act expands the types of solar facilities that qualify for subsidy, improves the level of subsidy, and through many ancillary provisions, increases access to subsidies, as well as benefits to...

Understanding the complex intersection of environmental regulations intended to combat climate change between now and 2050 while responding to the U.S. tech economy’s exponential growth in energy demand will require collaboration between consumers, industry and government, and reliance upon a...

The law firm of Saul Ewing and their sponsors, Langan Engineering & Environmental Services and Spirit Environmental, hosted their 8th Biennial Energy and the Environment Symposium in Houston, Texas. This complimentary half-day hybrid MCLE brought together in-house counsel, prominent industry...

This checklist highlights certain considerations for companies preparing to file annual reports on Form 10-K for the calendar year ended 2023 and is intended to serve as a focused resource highlighting changes in disclosure requirements and points of emphasis for the Securities and Exchange...

On Tuesday, January 2, 2024, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (“NJDEP”) announced its proposal to amend the Ground Water Quality Standards (“GWQS”) under N.J.A.C. 7:9C to change the ground water quality criteria for 65 constituents of Class II-A ground water. NJDEP is also...

EPA Compliance Audit Guidance: New Owner, Voluntary Disclosure, Admission of Liability, Penalty Mitigation The CLE course will address the EPA's most recent guidance for environmental counsel related to its audit policy. The panel will provide an overview of the EPA's incentives to companies that...

Andrew Bockis will discuss "What Lawyers Should Know About Hydrogen Hubs" at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute's Oil & Gas Law Conference 2023. This conference explores recent legislative and case law developments as well as technological advancements in the oil and gas industry. In addition to being a...

John Dixon moderated a panel on “New Challenges and Opportunities in Environmental Permitting” during the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s 2023 Oil and Gas Law Conference. Also on the panel were attorneys from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection and Citizens for Pennsylvania’s Future...

On October 13, 2023 in Philadelphia, President Biden and Secretary of the Department of Energy (DOE) Granholm announced the seven regional hydrogen hubs (H2Hubs) selected for negotiation with DOE for $7 billion in funding. What You Need to Know: President Biden announced the selection of seven...

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