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The 2022 Monaco Memo highlights two “core principles” regarding voluntary self-disclosure. First, absent aggravating factors, DOJ will not “seek a guilty plea when a company has voluntarily self-disclosed, cooperated, and remediated misconduct.” Second, DOJ will not “require the imposition of an independent compliance monitor” if the company has implemented and tested an effective compliance program by the time of

EU law requires certain large companies to disclose non-financial information on the way they operate and manage social and environmental challenges. The current disclosure regime was introduced in 2014 by Directive 2014/95/EU. Recently, the European Commission conducted a review of the NFRD rules, which showed strong support for mandatory sustainability reporting standards but also highlighted

Global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP helped client Clēnera to close on construction and tax equity financing for the 105 MW DC Apex Solar project located in Beaverhead County, Montana. The deal team was led by Jeffrey A. Chester, co-head of the firm’s Energy Project Finance & Development Practice, and John Eliason,

I recently wrote a column for The Legal Intelligencer’s Pennsylvania Law Weekly, reposted on this blog here, raising questions about whether the Pennsylvania courts have correctly identified the public natural resources that ought to be valued and conserved as the corpus of the public trust established by the Environmental Rights Amendment to the Pennsylvania

The Department of Commerce (DOC) has issued the final rule implementing the two-year moratorium on anti-dumping or countervailing duties (AD/CVD) for solar panels and cells from Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam in accordance with the June 6, 2022, Presidential Proclamation, which provided for the two year moratorium on those tariffs.

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In light of the “worsening drought crises” and “critically low reservoir conditions” in the Western United States, on Aug. 16, 2022, the U.S. Department of the Interior (“Interior”) announced a number of “urgent actions to improve and protect the long-term sustainability of the Colorado River System.” Assistant Secretary for Water and Science Tanya Trujillo stated

The Department of Commerce announced Aug. 23 it is delaying the issuance of the preliminary determination in the Auxin circumvention investigation until Nov. 28, 2022. The date had been set for Aug. 29, 2022. The decision is in response to a request by the petitioner, Auxin Solar, Inc., to allow Commerce more time to develop