October 2019 - Climate Litigation Watch


Newly Obtained Email Shows NAAG Role in Activist Recruitment for #ExxonKnew Investigations NAAG served as conduit for plaintiffs bar to select “sympathetic AGs” CLW admits it has not before seen the below document. An informal survey of parties who presumably would have seen it — had it been sent to all “Energy and Environment Bureau […]

Podcast on AG Abuses, II

Counsel for GAO Chris Horner joined Audrey Russo for a podcast on where we are now on the current spate of state attorneys general abuses in coordination with tort lawyers and major donors to do that against which Justice Jackson strongly warned: using the law to pursue parties, vs. offenses.

NY AG’s Terrible, Horrible, No Good Week

Summary of the action so far, from EID: As surprising as the failure to find a ‘climate’ case to bring — even as weak as this one, after four-plus years of scheming with a billion-dollar-a-year plus climate industry and millions of pages of discovery — is the lack of preparedness in bringing even this. The […]