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Mealey's Franchise - Ohio Federal Judge Denies Motion To Dismiss Class Allegations Against Franchisor
Posted on 25 Sep 2019 by Mealeys

COLUMBUS, Ohio - An Ohio federal judge on Sept. 23 denied a franchisor's motion to dismiss class allegations alleged by a delivery driver who was employed by a franchisee after determining that dismissal of the claims would be premature (Ronald Clark... Read More

Mealey's Franchise - Judge Dismisses Federal, State Claims Against Colorado Franchisee, National Franchisor
Posted on 24 Sep 2019 by Mealeys

DENVER - In a case between two publishers of magazines marketing the services and products of home-improvement contractors in Colorado, a federal judge in the state on Sept. 20 dismissed federal claims without opportunity to replead for being deficiently... Read More

Mealey's Franchise - Judge Limits Timeframe For Franchisor's Breach Of Contract, Deception Claims
Posted on 23 Sep 2019 by Mealeys

INDIANAPOLIS - An Indiana federal judge on Sept. 19 limited a pizza restaurant franchisor's breach of contract and deception claims to conduct occurring after Feb. 17, 2017, in a case over payment of royalties under a franchise agreement because res... Read More

Mealey's Fracking - Groups Oppose Fracking At Former Nuclear Plant, Seek Grand Jury Documents
Posted on 30 Jan 2019 by Mealeys

DENVER - Residents, environmental organizations and nuclear workers advocacy groups on Jan. 10 filed a petition in Colorado federal court seeking disclosure of certain documents related to a federal grand jury that was impaneled to investigate alleged... Read More

Mealey's Fracking - Groups: High Court Review Needed To Settle Circuit Court Split In Pipeline Dispute
Posted on 30 Jan 2019 by Mealeys

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Environmental groups on Jan. 9 filed a petition for a writ of certiorari with the U.S. Supreme Court, contending that a lower court "discarded Pennsylvania's statutory definition of finality, and instead inserted its own federal... Read More

Mealey's Fracking - Federal Approval Pipeline To Carry Fracked Gas Was 'Arbitrary,' Groups Say
Posted on 28 Dec 2018 by Mealeys

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The city of Oberlin, Ohio, on Dec. 17 filed a brief in the District of Columbia Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals contending that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) decision, which granted a permit for a pipeline to carry hydraulically... Read More

Mealey's Fracking - Panel Quotes Dr. Seuss' 'The Lorax,' Says Federal Agency Wrongly Approved Pipeline
Posted on 28 Dec 2018 by Mealeys

RICHMOND, Va. - A panel of the Fourth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals on Dec. 13 ruled that the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) violated federal law and lacked statutory authority to grant a permit for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP), which would have crossed... Read More

Mealey's Fracking - Trump Administration Prioritizes Fracking In Sage-Grouse Protection Plan
Posted on 27 Dec 2018 by Mealeys

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) on Dec. 6 announced the publication of the final environmental impact statement (EIS) for protection of the greater sage-grouse in Wyoming, which indicates the agency's "prioritization... Read More

Mealey's Fracking - Trump Administration To Begin Planning Process For Fracking Alaska's North Slope
Posted on 21 Dec 2018 by Mealeys

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) on Nov. 20 announced that it intends to prepare a new integrated activity plan and an environmental impact statement (IAP/EIS) for oil and gas exploration through hydraulic fracturing on federal... Read More

Mealey's Fracking - President Lacks Authority To Reduce Size Of National Monuments, Groups Say
Posted on 21 Dec 2018 by Mealeys

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Environmental groups and several Native American tribes on Nov. 15 filed briefs in District of Columbia federal court, arguing that they have standing to oppose the Trump administration's decision to reduce the size of two national... Read More

Mealey's Fracking - Panel: Fracking Companies Not Liable For Injuries From Lithium Battery Explosion
Posted on 7 Nov 2018 by Mealeys

DENVER - A panel of the 10th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals on Nov. 6 ruled that two hydraulic fracturing companies did not owe a duty of care to two men who were injured when a lithium battery exploded when they were cleaning a drilling device used in... Read More

Mealey's Fracking - Trump Administration: Groups Lack Standing To Challenge Fracking Permit Approvals
Posted on 7 Nov 2018 by Mealeys

DENVER - Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke and other officials in the Trump administration on Nov. 5 filed a brief in the 10th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals contending that environmental groups lack standing to challenge any of the hydraulic fracturing... Read More

Mealey's Fracking - Panel: Natural Gas Company May Exercise Eminent Domain In Pipeline Project
Posted on 2 Nov 2018 by Mealeys

PHILADELPHIA - A panel of the Third Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals on Oct. 30 ruled that a group of landowners who opposed an interstate gas pipeline "fail to recognize" a federal court's equitable power to enter preliminary injunctions once... Read More

Mealey's Fracking - Groups Amend Lawsuit, Add Details About Violations Regarding Fracking Leases
Posted on 22 Oct 2018 by Mealeys

BOISE, Idaho - Environmental groups that have challenged federal leases for hydraulic fracturing on Oct. 17 filed an amended complaint in Idaho federal court contending that Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke and other government parties violated federal... Read More

Mealey's Fracking - Landowner: 10th Circuit Should Rehear Fracking Case Against Trump Administration
Posted on 24 Sep 2018 by Mealeys

DENVER - A landowner filed a petition for rehearing in the 10th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals on Sept. 20, arguing that the panel erred when it ruled that he could not establish entitlement to equitable tolling because he had not taken any action to pursue... Read More

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