DOJ Releases Updated Guidance on Evaluating Corporate Compliance Programs
As Mobile Source Enforcement Revs Up, Does UPHE v. Diesel Power Gear Presage a Wave of Citizen Suits?
The Corporate Role in the Environmental Protection Enterprise
Environment: United States
Climate Regulation: United States
TCFD Report Will Shape Future Expectations for Climate-Related Financial Disclosures
DOJ Eliminates Option of Third Party Payments in Settlements
The Prosecutor's Evolving Playbook: DOJ's Rising Expectations for Compliance Programs
EPA’s Plan to Implement Trump’s Proposed Budget Signals Massive Change
EPA Releases Final RMP Amendments
Environment: United States
Climate Regulation: United States
Impacts of the 2016 U.S. Election on Environmental Law, Policy, and Enforcement
Climate Change Risk and Sustainability Disclosures: A New Enforcement Regime
Inside the Prosecutor's Playbook: Broader Lessons from the FCPA Pilot Program
EPA & DOJ Follow Through on Worker Endangerment Initiative
To Disclose, or Not to Disclose? That is Often a Tough Question
EPA Issues Proposal to Amend RMP Rule
Citizen Suits Under China’s Revised Environmental Protection Law: A Watershed Moment In Chinese Environmental Litigation?
Lessons from Lumber Liquidators’ Recent Lacey Act Criminal Sentence: Are You Exposed to Costly Environmental Compliance Risks?
Taking a Broader View of Compliance Risks and Enforcement‑Readiness: Tips on Maintaining Good Regulatory Relationships, and Preparing for Grand Jury Subpoenas and Search Warrants
Environment: United States
Climate Regulation: United States
EPA Launches Modernized eDisclosure Portal for Self-Disclosed Civil Violations
New DOJ Prosecutorial Initiative Blends Environmental and Worker Safety
Two Chinese Public Interest Groups Win Landmark Environmental Lawsuit in China
Executives Beware: DOJ’s New Yates Memo Signals Focus on Prosecuting Individuals
China Proposes Framework for Public Participation in Environmental Policymaking and Enforcement
Environmental Appeals Board Vacates Penalties for TSCA Section 8(e) Violations
FedEx Asks Federal Appeals Court to Block California Enforcement Case Alleging Mismanagement of Damaged Products