Bloomberg Law

Loophole Lets DOL Install Wage Chief While Nomination Is Pending

by Bloomberg Law | August 2, 2022
Courts have split on whether these arrangements are legal. Separate rulings in Gianforte v. Bureau of Land Management at the US District Court for the District of Montana and Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility v. the National Park Service at the US District Court for the ...

National Park Service Challenges Mandated E-Bike Rule Review

by Bloomberg Law | July 26, 2022
The National Park Service will ask the D.C. Circuit to overturn a judge’s finding that its rule allowing the use of e-bikes within the parks system needs further environmental review, according to a notice filed in a Washington, D.C., federal court. The agency’s final rule issued in ...

National Park Service Ordered to Take New Look at E-Bike Rule

by Bloomberg Law | May 25, 2022
The National Park Service’s rule that opened the parks system to e-bikes needs further environmental review, but tossing the rule isn’t warranted, a Washington, D.C., federal judge decided in a partial win for conservation groups. Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility and ...

PFAS Definitions Spur Group’s Lawsuit Seeking EPA Documents

by Bloomberg Law | April 28, 2022
Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility asked a federal district court Thursday to compel the EPA to turn over agency records that could offer insight into the rationale behind the chemical office’s PFAS definition. PEER’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) complaint alleges ...

EPA Resumes Posting Chemical Risk Data to Agency Website

by Bloomberg Law | February 3, 2022
The EPA said its resumed posting data online about new types of problems potentially caused by commercial chemicals, less than a month after an advocacy group sued for the information. Substantial risk notices for hundreds of chemicals are now available through the ChemView database, the ...