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A New Jersey federal judge said Friday that developers of the $1 billion PennEast gas pipeline can immediately seize over 100 Garden State properties along the project's route, saying they've satisfied the requirements for pursuing eminent domain under the Natural Gas Act.
A ground services company at John F. Kennedy International Airport agreed Thursday to pay $12.3 million to settle claims it paid kickbacks for contracts with British Airways and others at Kennedy and airports across the country, according to the New York State Attorney General’s Office.
A New York federal judge has signed off on a request by Ukraine's Naftogaz to seek information from the Bank of New York Mellon that the national oil and gas company said it needs for pending and planned proceedings regarding a $2.56 billion arbitral award against Russia's Gazprom stemming from a contract dispute.
Three offshore wind developers ponied up a record $405 million to secure federal leases to build wind farms off the Massachusetts coast, the U.S. Department of the Interior said Friday, a development that validates project attorneys' belief that the industry is poised for a major leap forward.
If the Trump administration's proposal to dramatically reduce the number of U.S. waterways subject to Clean Water Act jurisdiction ultimately carries the day it will have a host of cascading consequences, say Christopher Thomas and Andrea Driggs of Perkins Coie LLP.