Jonathan B. King
The growing interest in alternative fuel sources may be a boon for property owners seeking new ways to generate profits and savings. But care should be taken when a roof is the proposed site of a solar-panel installation, whether managed by a property owner or by a lessee.
Steven C. Russo and Evan Preminger
The New York Court of Appeals has long established that an agency’s assessment of environmental impacts pursuant to the New York State Environmental Quality Review Act, or SEQRA, is entitled to substantial deference, admonishing lower courts that it is not their role to substitute their judgment for the judgment of agencies undertaking the action. Sometimes, however, lower courts give lip service to the deferential standard of review but fail to apply it.
The first quarter of 2018 has seen the Dow and NASDAQ pushing through record highs, increasing consumer confidence in the U.S. and Europe. However, there are segments in the market that are expected to need continued restructuring work, both onshore and offshore through 2018, particularly: offshore oil and gas drillers; European and U.S. retail; and the highly leveraged Chinese real estate sector.
Michael Bahar, Trevor Satnick and Mark Thibodeaux
Recent attacks may not yet have resulted in damages or disruption, but the group appears to be positioning itself to learn how the targeted energy facilities operate while attempting to gain access to operational control systems, if they have not done so already.
Jennifer L. Howard and Kenneth P. Weinberg
Growth in solar-generation capacity has not been evenly distributed across the country, however, as some states’ policies and laws are solar-friendly, while those in other states pose barriers. One such barrier in many states is the lack of access to financing.
Part One of a Two-Part Article