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SCOTUS Delivers Blow to Fossil Fuel Industry Allowing Climate Change Suits to Proceed in State Court

By Claire E. Juneau, Partner and Kelicia D. Raya, Associate (Kean Miller)

This article discusses the Supreme Court's decision denying a petition of several oil and gas company seeking to remove a climate change lawsuit from state court to federal court. The case, BP P.L.C. v. Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, is one of more than a dozen lawsuits filed since July 2017 by local and state governments against oil and gas companies. 


Global Legal Insights to AI, Machine Learning & Big Data 2023

By Global Legal Group

In this multi-jurisdictional guide, explore an overview of key legal issues, rules and developments regarding AI, machine learning, and big data across a range of jurisdictions.

Some topics covered in this resource include a framework for understanding artificial intelligence and more.


Ten Things Every Insurer Should Know (CMS)


In this multi-country guide, learn about key laws regarding insurance and insurers in a wide range of jurisdictions. This resource was originally published on the website of CMS on January 31, 2023, and last updated May 19, 2023.


Expert Guide to European Crypto Regulation (CMS)


This guide provides an overview of cryptoasset regulation (prior to the introduction of MiCA), focussing at this point on European jurisdictions, both inside and outside the EU. It summarizes the regulations applying to the main activities performed by cryptoasset service providers and the requirements of the licensing regimes, including time and cost.


Canada Wildfires: Facts and Tips

As smoke from wildfires in Canada drift through Canadian provinces and the United States, what facts and tips should in-house counsel consider? Learn from this curated selection or resources.


Considerations for a Possible Debt Ceiling Standoff

By Jonathan Adler, Jennifer L. Chu, Erin Cleary, Eric T. Juergens, Matthew E. Kaplan, Jeffrey J. Rosen, Scott B. Selinger, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP

Learn about key implications of the Spring 2023 situation that saw the United States reach its national debt ceiling.


A Roadmap for Legal Professionals: Navigating the Complex Path to Generative AI Adoption

By Brandi Pack, Legal Ops Analyst & AI Specialist, UpLevel Ops

For legal professionals, caution and conservatism are often vital in fulfilling their job responsibilities. Discretion and thoroughness are required to protect clients’ best interests. So it’s no wonder that many in the legal field are hesitant to adopt new, untested technologies. Even with potential benefits on the horizon, the risk of using tools that haven't been fully vetted can be enough to slow down innovation. Read more here.


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