More from the NY AG’s face-plant in the abusive pursuit of an energy company for selling a lawful product, but opposing the wholesale acceptance of an ideological, political and terribly costly agenda
This week, CLW will excerpt New York Supreme Court Judge Barry Judge Ostrager’s deliberate, measured, yet thoroughly devastating 55-page opinion from last week’s NY AG face-plant, several aspects of which warrant widespread understanding. The opinion represents the first in what, sadly, is sure to be a succession of judicial rebuffs of a (so far) four-year […]
Energy in Depth has an amusing summary here of how the Climate Trial of the Century was nothing to see, oh look squirrel… An excerpt: [A]as trial proceeded, and it became clear that the NYAG had zero evidence to back up its baseless claims that ExxonMobil had misled its investors, its activist allies abandoned the […]
The Wall Street Journal’s Editorial Board has a few notes, “In case readers missed it—and no doubt New York Attorney General Letitia James hopes you did”, opening with an appropriate “Well, that was embarrassing”. Excerpts: The NY AG learned his pursuit — inarguably launched by donors, ideologues and the trial bar as CLW has documented […]
The Court’s opinion can be found here. The sordid history of this abuses, as we knew it in August 2018, is here. Much more is now known, some of which CLW posted in recent weeks. Much more is coming.