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February-March 2018, Pratt’s Privacy & Cybersecurity Law Report

February 17, 2018, Inside Energy & Environment

Earlier this week, President Trump released the outline of his infrastructure plan, which includes over three dozen proposals intended to reduce delay, inefficiency and redundancy in the project permitting process.  The plan contemplates amendments to major federal environmental statutes, including the National Environmental Policy Act, the Clean Air Act, and ...

February 17, 2018, Inside Energy & Environment

Energy storage has frequently been cited as the critical missing link in an electric infrastructure designed to maximize the benefits of cheap, renewable energy.  Because energy from the sun and the wind is inherently intermittent, it has not been able to satisfy a round-the-clock need for electricity.  And in many places we’ve built more renewable...… Continue ...

February 17, 2018, Inside Energy & Environment

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), with four new Commissioners confirmed during the latter half of 2017, including a new Chairman, is taking a critical next step toward clearing away obstacles to wholesale market participation by storage resources, a key emerging technology. At its recent public meeting, FERC approved a final rule that largely ...

February 16, 2018, Global Policy Watch

Summary Next week will be very busy in the European Parliament, as it is a committee week. On Monday and Tuesday, as part of the European Parliamentary Week, Members of National Parliaments of the EU Member States will join Members of the European Parliament (“MEPs”) to debate various issues, including EU tax policy, the economic...… Continue Reading

February 16, 2018, Inside Tech Media

Yesterday, the Federal Communications Commission sent a letter to an individual in Brooklyn, New York, alleging that a device in the individual’s residence that is being used to mine Bitcoin is generating spurious radiofrequency emissions, causing interference to a portion of T-Mobile’s mobile telephone and broadband network. The letter states that on November ...

February 16, 2018, Cov Financial Services

Yesterday, the Federal Communications Commission sent a letter to an individual in Brooklyn, New York, alleging that a device in the individual’s residence that is being used to mine Bitcoin is generating spurious radiofrequency emissions, causing interference to a portion of T-Mobile’s mobile telephone and broadband network. The letter states that on November ...

February 15, 2018, Covington Alert

On December 20, 2017, the Senate and the House voted to pass the conference version of H.R. 1, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the “Act”), and President Trump signed the bill into law on December 22, 2017. Below, we summarize those provisions of the tax reform legislation that are most likely to be of particular interest to political action and tax-exempt ...

February 15, 2018, Bloomberg

Jack Schenendorf is quoted in a Bloomberg article regarding a proposal to raise gas tax. Increasing tax in an election year “will be quite difficult," says Schenendorf. “It’s quite necessary and Congress has known it’s necessary for a long, long time,” he adds. “This is a real opportunity with the president on board.”

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