“Despite claims to the contrary, it seems that D.C. and Minnesota’s lawsuits were a coordinated move,” Climate Litigation Watch said in a statement on August 11.” Read full story here.
CLW readers know that billionaire climate- and otherwise political activist Michael Bloomberg created a group to place privately hired attorneys in AG offices “to advance the agenda represent by” Bloomberg’s group. Meaning, Bloomberg’s agenda. As CLW noted previously, Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh – the only Bloomberg-financed AG hiding his “application” for private underwriting of […]
ClimateWire has a piece out today, “D.C.’s top lawyer could launch Exxon battle soon”. In it, Bloomberg- and CREW-underwritten activist AG for the District of Columbia Karl Racine hints, “”look out for developments in the fall” on a highly anticipated legal challenge by the nation’s capital against Exxon Mobil Corp. and other leading fossil fuel […]
As Climate Litigation Watch noted earlier this week, a Friday 4/19/19 document production from UCLA sheds further light on that public institution’s law school and its role in the Climate Litigation Industry. Among the documents released Public Records Act litigation are emails suggesting that Profs. Ann Carlson and Cara Horowitz sought legal counsel on avoiding […]