• 01.30.18

    How China’s New Import Policy Could Impact CA Waste Management

    Recycling World quoted Manatt’s Chuck White, a senior advisor in the firm’s environment practice, in an article on how China’s new import policies are affecting California recycling. The publication noted that China recently closed its doors to imports involving mixed ...

  • 01.01.18

    Real Estate Legislation in 2018 Could Include CEQA Reform

    Manatt’s Sean Matsler, a partner in the firm’s land use practice, was quoted by Law360 for an article examining real estate legislation that could be on the horizon for California in 2018. One possibility, according to the publication, is that lawyers will make attempts to ...

  • 10.16.17

    Hull Street Energy Purchases Nine Hydro Facilities for $83M

    Electric Light & Power covered Manatt’s representation of Hull Street Energy, a private equity firm that invests in power generation assets and related businesses, in its $83 million purchase of nine hydroelectric power facilities in New Hampshire. Manatt’s Alan Noskow, a ...

  • 10.12.17

    Power Plant Owners Remain Uncertain on Greenhouse Gas Rules

    CNBC turned to Manatt’s Craig Moyer, co-chair of the firm’s energy and environment practices, for comment on the uncertainty surrounding greenhouse gas rules for power plant owners.   The Environmental Protection Agency has proposed a repeal of President Obama’s Clean ...

  • 07.20.17

    California’s Cap-and-Trade Extension to Face Challenges, Says Moyer

    Law360 quoted Manatt’s Craig Moyer, chair of the firm’s land, environment and natural resources group, on California’s expansion of the state’s cap-and-trade system. The publication explained that the program is likely to face regulatory and legal hurdles. While the ...

  • 07.17.17

    Gov. Brown Calls Cap and Trade ‘Most Important Vote’

    Manatt’s Craig Moyer, co-chair of the firm’s energy practice, was quoted in an E&E News article that discussed California’s July 17 vote on a successor program for the state’s cap-and-trade system for greenhouse gases. Governor Jerry Brown called it “the ...

  • 07.03.17

    U.S. Solar Manufacturing Industry Hurting From Inexpensive Imports

    The San Diego Union-Tribune interviewed Manatt’s Beth Fox, a partner in the firm’s energy practice, for an article on the impact that countries like China are having on the U.S. solar manufacturing industry.   As reported by The San Diego Union-Tribune, solar panel maker ...

  • 06.02.17

    Utilities Still Feel Pressure to Cut Carbon, Despite Paris Drop-Out

    Utility Dive interviewed Manatt’s Craig Moyer, co-chair of the firm’s energy practice, for an article on President Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris climate accord, leaving the U.S. as only one of three nations unwilling to sign onto the international agreement. ...

  • 06.02.17

    Paris Climate Withdrawal to Likely Impact CA Companies

    The Daily Journal interviewed Manatt’s Craig Moyer, co-chair of the firm’s energy practice, following President Trump’s announcement that the United States will withdraw from the 2015 Paris climate accord. While the decision doesn’t directly impact California’s ...

  • 05.17.17

    Solar Cell Tariff Could Revive Affordability Issues

    Law360 quoted Manatt’s Beth Fox, a partner in the firm’s energy practice, in an article about Suniva Inc.'s recent request that President Donald Trump impose tariffs on all foreign-made solar cells.   The tariff could revive concerns over solar power's affordability. ...