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June 22, 2016, Covington Alert
Imagine that you could get the federal government to determine that your substance is safe when used as directed, and that determination could assist in fending off state regulation, reduce product and environmental liability risk, and produce a potential competitive advantage.
May 19, 2016, Natural Gas Intel
Mark Perlis spoke at the EnergyRisk Summit 2016 USA and is quoted in this Natural Gas Intel article regarding the decreasing number of companies voluntarily providing information for price indexes in the turbulent natural gas market. According to Perlis, “If you're going to voluntarily report, you have to report accurately and in totality. That's the essence of ...
March 28, 2016, InsideEPA
Gary Guzy’s remarks from a panel session at the GlobalChem conference are quoted in this InsideEPA article discussing the EPA’s ability to implement the pending Toxic Substance Control Act reform bill. Guzy pointed to the EPA's development of greenhouse gas standards for existing power plants as an example of the EPA's "incredible machine for making rules."
September 8, 2015, Law360
Senior of counsel Gary Guzy shares his optimism regarding bipartisan support for upcoming environmental policymaking in a Law360 article. Guzy remarks, “I think people generally underestimate the possibility of some real bipartisan legislative accomplishments, and there are a number of areas that seem incredibly well-primed for that to happen.”