Tag Archives: climate change

Court Adopts New Evidentiary Standard for Science

In 2020 when science and politics appear to have collided in a car wreck, confidence of the public in scientists is at an all time low. That observed, the public does not often think about the role courts have in accepting scientific theories. Last week Maryland’s highest court drew attention to this vital unsettled matter … Continue Reading

More Robust Enforcement of SEC Climate Change Disclosures

A great deal of attention has been paid in recent days to a 5 year old Securities and Exchange Commission guidance, “Commission Guidance Regarding Disclosure Related to Climate Change,” which seeks to provide transparency to investors on the material risks posed by climate change. Recently The Los Angeles Times reported Exxon Mobil is under investigation … Continue Reading

Climate Change Disclosures by Public Companies

In recent weeks this law firm has received more inquiries than at any time in recent years about the Securities and Exchange Commission’s disclosure requirements for public companies as they apply to climate change matters. Possibly the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed rule for emission reductions for existing power plants triggered this heightened level of interest … Continue Reading

What Does Climate Change Disclosure Mean for Green Building?

Did you know your company may have a duty to disclose how climate change may impact your business? A group of Crowell & Moring attorneys – James Chen, Bryan Brewer and Jessica Hall – recently released a Climate Change Client Alert regarding the issuance of climate disclosure guidance by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).  … Continue Reading
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