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BUSCHBACHER & MYERS: FERC Gaslights America

Boyden Gray & Associates counsel  Michael Buschbacher and research fellow Taylor Myers published an article in the American Conservative on September 6, 2022, arguing that current policies have led steadily to a less reliable electric grid. They write,  Our confused and halting response to climate change is already exposing Americans to new and potentially devastating risks during periods of extreme heat and…

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BG&A Presents Argument on SEC Endorsement of Nasdaq Board Diversity Quotas

On August 29, 2022, Boyden Gray & Associates partner Jonathan Berry argued On August 29, 2022, Boyden Gray & Associates partner Jonathan Berry argued before the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit in Alliance for Fair Board Recruitment v. SEC. The case involves a challenge to the SEC’s endorsement of a new rule requiring almost every Nasdaq-listed…

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E&E News Quotes Boyden Gray & Associates on the Supreme Court’s Clarification of the Major Questions Doctrine  

A recent article by Pamela King of E&E News discusses the origins of the major questions doctrine clarified by the Court in its recent decision in West Virginia v. EPA. In West Virginia, the Court considered the legal theory at the heart of the Clean Power Plan, an Obama-era EPA regulation that asserted the authority to impose a cap-and-trade “generation…

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The Epoch Times Quotes Boyden Gray & Associates on the Major Questions Doctrine and Its Implications for Other Regulatory Initiatives by the Biden Administration

A recent article by Kevin Stocklin published in The Epoch Times discusses the implications of the Supreme Court’s recent decision in West Virginia v. EPA for other regulatory initiatives by the Biden Administration. In West Virginia, the Court considered whether the EPA had the authority to impose a cap-and-trade “generation shifting” program on the nation’s electric grid under Section 111…

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E&E News Quotes Boyden Gray & Associates on the Major Questions Doctrine and Three Major Climate Rules

A recent article by Lesley Clark and Niina Farah of E&E News discusses the implications of the Supreme Court’s recent decision in West Virginia v. EPA on three major climate rules. In West Virginia , the Court considered the legality of the Clean Power Plan—an Obama era regulation that pointed to EPA’s authority under the Clean Air Act to impose emission limits…

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GRAY: Year-Round E15 Is a Good First Step, But More Is Needed to Confront the New Energy Crisis, RealClear Energy, May 4, 2022

Former White House Counsel C. Boyden Gray published an editorial in RealClear Energy on May 4, explaining that while President Biden’s E15 waiver is a good first step, more is needed to confront the new energy crisis. He writes, Moving towards a comprehensive, sound, and sustainable energy policy will require some course correction. The administration’s current approach reflects a tug-of-war…

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American Conservative quotes Jonathan Berry on ESG in State Pension Funds, Apr. 15, 2022

Kevin Stocklin at the American Conservative writes on the use of so-called “ESG” in state pension funds. He explains, State pension fund managers who have declared that they will include environmental and social justice goals in their investment decisions collectively control more than $3 trillion in retirement assets and include the five largest public pension plans in the U.S. Among them are…

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E&E News Points to Boyden Gray & Associates as Leader on Major Questions Doctrine, Apr. 11, 2022

Pamela King at E&E News writes on the major questions doctrine in a recent article, Inside a legal doctrine that could derail Biden climate regs. She explains, The doctrine—which says Congress must speak clearly if it wishes to allow a federal agency to address matters of “vast economic and political significance”—has been invoked by Republican state attorneys general and conservative…

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American Conservative quotes Boyden Gray & Associates on Banks’ Energy Boycott, Apr. 4, 2022

Kevin Stocklin at the American Conservative writes on the growing Civil War For America’s Banks. He explains, Progressives, with the assistance of the Biden administration, have succeeded in pushing JPMorgan Chase, Citibank, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, and other major banks into left-wing activism, shunning industries including oil and gas producers and gun manufacturers, and fighting conservative state laws on…

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