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By Stanley Lutz
That initiative requires California's utilities to utilize specific renewable resources to generate 60 percent of their portfolio by 2030, 10 percent higher than the current target.
By Jeffrey H. Albright
On September 5, 2018, by a 4-0 vote, the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission denied SunZia's proposed $2 billion high-voltage transmission project through seven counties in southern New Mexico.
By Thomas Dougherty
Amid all of this controversy, Colorado has largely been on the sidelines, that is, until recently.
By Gregory Y. Harris
The second stems from our Constitution's empowerment of the citizens to use the initiative process to permit the voters to ratify or appeal legislation.
By Hilary D. Wells, Holly C. White
The act takes effect on September 1, 2018.
By Steven T. Moortel
In 2017, the state legislature passed and the Governor signed Senate Bill 1431, which was drafted to make all K-12 students eligible to apply for an ESA.
By Jeffrey H. Albright
As wind and solar energy becomes more economical and states pass legislation requiring energy producing companies to have greater percentages of renewable energy as part of their portfolios, unexpected consequences are occurring.
By Dieter J. Raemdonck
Last week, Colorado and seven other states (Montana, North Carolina, Oregon, Utah, Vermont, Washington, and Wyoming) signed the "Confluence Accords" – a treaty of sorts that commits the signors to various efforts to grow the outdoor recreation economy.
By Gary J. Nelson, Sami I. Schilly
Two months into the implementation of the GDPR, we thought it might be an appropriate time to provide comment on our experiences in the UDRP enforcement arena.
By Josephine E. Chang
Blockchain technology, some might argue, is the most important technological innovation since the Internet.
By Edwin Barkel
Closing day for a home purchase, a real estate transaction or the purchase of a business is always an exciting day.
By Laura A. Lo Bianco
Ensuring compliance on a regular basis can be a daunting task for many nonprofit organizations.
By Megan M. Cunningham (Law Student), Thomas Dougherty
Blanket easements affect the use of burdened land and the rights of both landowners and easement holders. This article examines the various trends ...
By Rob Charles
The Nevada legislature recently made Nevada the third state to adopt the Uniform Commercial Real Estate Receivership Act (the "Act" or "UCRERA").
By Ross L. Crown
Offerors proposing to perform negotiated federal contracts need to understand FAR Part 15. Part 15, entitled "Contracting by Negotiation," ...
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