Friday, October 11, 2013
Recently West Coast Staff Lawyer, Deborah Carlson, spoke to the Climate Change Committee of the BC Water and Waste Association (BCWWA) about whether local governments and professionals dealing with water management more or less likely to be sued if they seriously examine for climate impacts. The answer should . . . → Read More: Environmental Law Alert Blog: Should water managers put their head in the sand about climate change, or not?
(originally written Nov 2010; uploaded Aug 21, 2012 as part of my Great Upload of Musings… for balance, I’ll soon post the follow-up which praises some portions of libertarian philosophy which are very dear to my progressive heart. Politics makes for strange bedfellows, and I’m not above shacking up with occasional allies. 🙂 )
. . . → Read More: Eclectic Lip: How Libertarians brought America Big Religion and Bigger Lawsuits…
News that the Conservatives have filed some evidence in the robocalls litigation: “Affidavit rebuts voter suppression allegations against Conservatives.” As the headline suggests, the affidavit submits the Conservative side’s evidence on the robocalls allegations. Specifically, it counters the evidence of an RMG call centre worker which is relied upon by the plaintiffs in these cases, . . . → Read More: Impolitical: The #CPC fights back in the #robocalls litigation
At an industry public relations conference last year, Michael Kehs of Chesapeake Energy described a Wall Street Journal op-ed to gathered oil and gas officials, saying it pointed out the industry's "credibility problem."
“And I’m sure some of it relates to defensiveness,” Kehs added. (MP3 Audio)
For years, the . . . → Read More: DeSmogBlog: Oil and Gas Industry Moves to Silence Critics
There’s a story in Postmedia about Harper using a private lawyer and not a Department of Justice counsel to defend himself in the Guergis lawsuit against him and many others. The taxpayer will be put to extra expense as a result of the hiring of Robert Staley, who specializes in, among other things, defamation, which . . . → Read More: Impolitical: Taxpayers subsidize more Harper litigation