The EBA’s Practices Steering Committee and the Gas, Oils and Liquids Steering Committee have published their energy sector reports summarizing significant regulatory and legal developments. Both reports are part of Volume 44.2 of the Energy Law Journal which is available on the FELJ website.
On November 16, 2023, the EBA’s Young Lawyers Council (YLC) hosted a career chat featuring FERC Commissioner Mark Christie. The event drew Washington, DC area law students and early-career energy attorneys for an informal discussion featuring advice and observations from Commissioner Christie’s career.
Want to revisit some of the 2023 Mid-Year Energy Forum’s best moments? Check out our photo gallery!
The theme of this year’s forum: Regulating a Modern Resource Mix
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In the Spring 2022 issue of the EBA Brief, Harvey Reiter highlighted a significant legal development that implicated the authority of federal regulatory agencies, including the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). This article picks up where Reiter’s left off to address West Virginia v. EPA—the most recent Supreme Court case involving the major questions doctrine, and the first Supreme Court majority opinion expressly referencing and exploring the doctrine.
The Charitable Foundation of the Energy Bar Association is proud to announce that it has selected Nova Ukraine as the 2023 Cornerstone Grant Recipient, awarding the humanitarian organization $50,000 to support essential energy-related needs in war-ravaged Ukraine.
The EBA Brief is published several times per year and features timely articles of interest to legal and energy professionals in an online, magazine-style format.