Syngenta Beats Zurich on Kirkland Fees, Herbicide-Related Claims
Syngenta Crop Protection AG defeated Zurich Insurance Group Ltd.'s allegations that it wrongly concealed a $2 million Kirkland & Ellis research fee and personal injury claims related to the agriculture company’s herbicide.
US, Japan Strike Deal on Supply of Minerals for EV Batteries (2)
The US agreed to boost cooperation with Japan on critical mineral supply chains and to expand access to tax breaks as President
House Republicans Hound EPA’s Regan Over Waters of the US Rule
House Republicans from Western states pressed EPA Administrator Michael Regan on Tuesday about his agency’s signature water rule, saying it doesn’t adequately consider the needs of their states.
General Electric, Others Escape Cleanup of Metal Recycling Site
Canada Aims to Catch Up to US With Deficit-Swelling Green Bet
Canada is ramping up efforts to become a leader in the green energy transition, unveiling almost C$83 billion ($61 billion) in investment tax credits over the next decade, including tens of billions aimed at building a clean electricity grid.
Lithium Exporter Chile Wants Strategic Accords With the West
Chile welcomes foreign investment in critical materials, but when it comes to strategic partnerships, the No. 2 lithium producer wants countries with shared values, its top diplomat in the US said.
GOP Demands Speedy Energy Permits as Price to Boost Debt Limit
Republicans are floating legislation that would ease energy permitting in exchange for raising the US debt ceiling, creating a potential path to avoid a default.
Shiseido Cosmetics Buyers Failed to Show Harm in PFAS Lawsuit
4E Seeks OK to Recycle Toxic Hand Sanitizer as Industrial Cleaner
4E Brands Northamerica LLC, a bankrupt unit of Kimberly-Clark de Mexico, is seeking court approval for a plan to recycle its toxic hand sanitizer as a wash solvent for a cement manufacturing plant.
Rule Eliminating Protest Process for Timber Sales Can Proceed
The Bureau of Land Management lawfully authorized a rule that eliminated the administrative protest process for timber sales, a federal judge ruled.