To Clerk or Not to Clerk With Jeff Oldham and Anouk Nouet
Environmental Law Monitor
by Bracewell
1w ago
On this episode of the Bracewell Environmental Law Monitor, host Taylor Stuart is joined by guests Jeff Oldham, a partner in Bracewell’s litigation and appellate litigation practices with an emphasis on energy and complex commercial litigation, and Anouk Nouet, an associate in the firm’s environment, lands and resources practice. Join Taylor, Jeff and Anouk as they talk about their own experiences as law clerks, the value of clerking for a career as an environmental lawyer, insights into applying to judicial clerkships and advice on choosing the right clerkship.  ..read more
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Breaking Down the Congressional Review Act: A Special CRA Explainer
Environmental Law Monitor
by Bracewell
1M ago
In a special crossover episode with Bracewell’s Policy Resolution Group (PRG) podcast The Lobby Shop, Daniel Pope and Taylor Stuart sit down with PRG’s Liam Donovan and Joe Brazauskas to do a deep dive on the Congressional Review Act, a powerful tool that has the Biden administration scrambling to finalize its regulatory proposals ahead of electoral uncertainty ..read more
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Women in Environmental Law: Practical Advice You'll Actually Use
Environmental Law Monitor
by Bracewell
2M ago
Women have become more prominent and influential in environmental law. What better time to celebrate and recognize women lawyers than during Women’s History Month?  On this episode of the Bracewell Environmental Law Monitor, host Taylor Stuart is joined by three guests who focus their practice on environmental issues: Christine Wyman, senior counsel at Chevron, along with Brittany Pemberton, partner, and Sara Burgin, of counsel, in the environment, lands and resources practice at Bracewell. Tune in to hear Taylor, Christine, Brittany and Sara reflect on the contri ..read more
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Edwards Aquifer Blindcats: A Potentially Endangered Species With Amanda Glen and Ann Navaro
Environmental Law Monitor
by Bracewell
3M ago
The Edwards Aquifer is the primary source of drinking water for many people in central Texas. The deep caverns of the aquifer are also home to two species of blind catfish.  On this episode of the Bracewell Environmental Law Monitor, host Daniel Pope is joined by guests Amanda Glen, senior natural resources technical director at SWCA, a global environmental consulting firm, and Ann Navaro, partner in Bracewell’s environment, lands and resources practice.  Tune in to hear Daniel, Amanda and Ann discuss two species of blind catfish that live deep in the Edwards Aquifer, underneath the ..read more
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A Strategic Approach to Emissions Credits With Anew’s Kyle Breeze
Environmental Law Monitor
by Bracewell
3M ago
Go generate emissions credits. It’s worth it. On this episode of the Bracewell Environmental Law Monitor, host Daniel Pope and environment, lands and resources partner Whit Swift talk with Kyle Breeze, vice president of Gulf Coast Emissions at Anew, about Houston-Galveston-Brazoria area emissions credits.   The conversation dives into how the price and value of emissions credits have changed over the last decade, why the emissions credit market is at a “pinch point” right now and the financial importance of being a proactive – rather than reactive – market participant. Kyle also high ..read more
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Key Developments in Environmental Law and Policy in 2023, and What's Ahead in 2024
Environmental Law Monitor
by Bracewell
6M ago
On this episode of the Bracewell Environmental Law Monitor, we look back at the significant developments in environmental and natural resources law and policy in 2023, as well as look ahead to what's to come in 2024. Co-hosts Daniel Pope and Taylor Stuart talk with Ann Navaro and Tim Wilkins, partners in Bracewell’s environment, lands and resources practice, about a range of topics, including the Biden administration’s climate and environmental justice goals, Waters of the United States, renewable energy regulatory developments, and much more ..read more
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Demystifying The Good Neighbor Rule: Summary and Litigation Update
Environmental Law Monitor
by Bracewell
6M ago
It can be difficult to keep track and make sense of all the activity under the EPA’s Clean Air Act programs and regulations.  In this episode of the Bracewell Environmental Law Monitor, co-hosts Daniel Pope and Taylor Stuart talk with Brittany Pemberton, a partner in Bracewell’s environment, lands and resources practices to make sense of EPA’s Good Neighbor Rule, derived from the Clean Air Act’s Good Neighbor provision aimed at reducing cross-state air pollution. Tune in to hear a high-level summary of the Good Neighbor Rule, a discussion of how the Rule is affecting regulated industries ..read more
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Chevron Overboard? Loper Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo With Prof. Kristin Hickman
Environmental Law Monitor
by Bracewell
7M ago
Since the 1980s, Chevron deference has set the standard for when courts should defer to reasonable agency interpretations of ambiguous statutes. That may all change, however, as the US Supreme Court will reconsider the Chevron deference in Loper Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo. In this episode of the Bracewell Environmental Law Monitor, host Daniel Pope talks with administrative law scholar Kristin Hickman, McKnight Presidential Professor in Law, Distinguished McKnight University Professor and Harlan Albert Rogers Professor in Law at the University of Minnesota Law School, about the history and ..read more
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Community Engagement With Jackie Medcalf
Environmental Law Monitor
by Bracewell
7M ago
“Community engagement” is a frequently used but rarely defined term. What does community engagement mean, and, more importantly, how do you do it well?  In this episode of the Bracewell Environmental Law Monitor, host Daniel Pope talks with Jackie Medcalf, founder, CEO and executive director of the Texas Health and Environment Alliance, and Steven Cook, of counsel in Bracewell’s environment, lands and resources practice about how companies and government agencies can better engage with communities on environmental issues. They discuss the challenges of communicating with the public, the r ..read more
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The Role of Tax Incentives in Driving Carbon Capture and Environmental Compliance
Environmental Law Monitor
by Bracewell
9M ago
Tax incentives for carbon capture are aimed at accomplishing societal good. They’re not just putting money in the pockets of big corporations.  In this episode of the Bracewell Environmental Law Monitor, host Daniel Pope discusses the role of tax incentives in the energy transition with Elizabeth McGinley, chair of Bracewell’s tax department and Steven Cook, of counsel in Bracewell’s environment, land and natural resources practice ..read more
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