Tag Archives: Michigan v. EPA

D.C. Circuit Review – Reviewed: Out with the Old (and In With the Older?)

by Aaron Nielson — Saturday, Oct. 17, 2015@Aaron_L_Nielson

Once again, there was not a lot of action at the D.C. Circuit this week, at least in terms of opinions, as no new ones were released. Like the Supreme Court, the D.C. Circuit (generally) stops hearing cases before the summer. Then in the fall it starts again. So soon, the court will start issuing […]

Upcoming ABA Teleforum on Michigan v. EPA

by Connor N. Raso — Tuesday, July 14, 2015

The ABA Admin Law Section is hosting a teleforum on Michigan v. EPA this Thursday, July 16 at 11:00 AM. Details on the program are available here. The program will feature Richard Revesz (NYU School of Law), Andrew Grossman (BakerHostetler), and yours truly. Adam White (Boyden Gray & Associates, Manhattan Institute) will moderate the discussion. […]

Michigan v. EPA’s Impact on Cost-Benefit Requirements

by Connor N. Raso — Tuesday, June 30, 2015

In Michigan v. EPA, the Supreme Court invalidated an EPA rule regulating power plant emissions of mercury and other pollutants. This post discusses the decision’s potential impact on cost-benefit jurisprudence generally. All nine justices endorsed the proposition that agencies have a general obligation under the Administrative Procedure Act to consider costs when deciding to regulate. […]

What King v. Burwell Means For Environmental Law

by Bruce Huber — Friday, June 26, 2015

Ok, I confess that the title to this post is a bit grandiose. At a minimum, we’ll have much more material on which to base our prognostications about the legality of the Clean Power Plan after Michigan v. EPA is decided on Friday or Monday. But I can’t resist accepting Chris Walker’s invitation to think for just […]