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Turquoise Hill, Rio Tinto Want Investor Suit on Mine Tossed

Turquoise Hill Resources Ltd. investors who accuse it and majority owner Rio Tinto PLC of misleading them about a Mongolian mine failed to allege wrongdoing, so their suit should be thrown out, the companies said in federal court in New York.

Aging Lawyers and Dementia: A Looming Problem (Podcast)

On this episode of On The Merits, reporter Holly Barker talks about what happens when practicing lawyers begin exhibiting signs of dementia. She also addresses why most state bars don’t have a system in place to deal with this growing challenge.

West Virginia Coal Mine Program Update Needed, Lawsuit Says

The U.S. Office of Surface Mining, Reclamation, and Enforcement failed to timely decide whether an update to West Virginia’s surface mining program is needed, despite the threat posed to the program by coal mine insolvencies, according to a lawsuit filed in a federal court in the state.

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Are New Pipelines Doomed? Oil & Gas Delivery Explained

A series of high profile legal setbacks has some in the industry asking—is it still possible to build pipelines in America?

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