Climate change and environmental regulation will dominate the energy-related litigation docket through the rest of 2016, from fights over theU.S. Environmental Protection Agency's blockbuster emissions rules to battles over climate change's place in environmental reviews of energy infrastructure projects.
Here are the energy cases to watch in the second half of 2016.
Challenge to EPA's Carbon Rule For New Power Plants
The state petitioners are represented by their respective attorneys general and the state agency petitioners are represented by their respective attorneys general or general counsel. North Dakota is also represented by Paul M. Seby of Greenberg Traurig LLP.
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