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On March 14, 2023, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a proposed National Primary Drinking Water Regulation (NPDWR) which, if finalized, would set enforceable limits, known as Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCLs), for six Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS). The announcement marks the first time the EPA has proposed to establish a new MCL under

Global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP expanded its litigation capabilities with the addition of Irina Khasin as Of Counsel in the firm’s Atlanta office. A former federal and state prosecutor, Khasin has over 12 years of investigative, litigation, and trial experience. She will join the firm’s LitigationWhite Collar Defense & Special InvestigationsEnvironmental

Four Environmental Practice shareholders from global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP are listed in the Lawdragon Green 500: Leaders in Environmental Law guide.

The guide recognizes the following Greenberg Traurig attorneys:

The Internal Revenue Service issued Notice 2023-18 establishing a program to allocate $10 billion of credits for qualified investments in eligible qualifying advanced energy projects under Internal Revenue Code Section 48C(e). The goal of the program is to expand U.S. manufacturing capacity and quality jobs for clean energy technologies, to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in

The Internal Revenue Service issued Notice 2023-17 providing guidance on the Low-Income Communities Bonus Credit Program established under Internal Revenue Code Section 48(e) including environmental justice solar and wind capacity limitations for qualified solar and wind facilities eligible for the Investment Tax Credit (ITC). Notice 2023-17 provides initial guidance on the overall program design, the

On Jan. 26, 2023, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) solicited public input to inform two new Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) programs creating standards and labeling for construction materials that have “substantially lower levels of embodied greenhouse gas emissions.” Section 60112 of the IRA appropriates $250 million for grants and technical assistance to manufacturers, States, Indian

In this episode of Greenberg Traurig’s E2 Law Podcast, attorneys Steven Russo, Zackary Knaub, and Jane McLaughlin discuss New York State’s cap-and-invest program to limit greenhouse gas emissions and share revenue with New Yorkers from disadvantaged communities to help cover utility bills, transportation costs, and decarbonization. The program is expected to help New York