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    • Architecturural plans, a measuring tape and wood samples
    • March 20, 2017
      ELI Insider
      Partner Cindy Starrett, global Chair of Latham's Project Siting & Approvals Practice, is profiled by The Environmental Law Institute for advancing notable land use projects.
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    • 01 April 2015
      Law360
      Gianvecchio, who represents some of the country’s biggest energy companies in billions of dollars’ worth of transactions and in precedent-setting Federal Energy Regulatory Commission proceedings, is one of seven attorneys in the energy world honored on Law360's Rising Stars list.
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    • 16 March 2015
      Law360
      Article explaining how the Ninth Circuit tossed a lawsuit seeking to overturn the US Environmental Protection Agency's approval of the Los Angeles air quality district's transfer of emissions credits to a new power plant, finding the deal didn't violate any rules.
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    • 28 March 2014
      Inside E.P.A. Weekly Report
      The article discusses how the Environmental Protection Agency should allocate greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reductions credit to states and companies under its upcoming new source performance standard (NSPS) and Los Angeles partner Bob Wyman's comments are highlighted.
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    • 09 September 2013
      Law360
      Article on how California lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow the state's Coastal Commission to issue civil penalties for coastal law violations, with comments from Los Angeles partner DJ Moore.
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