by Jurry Bajwah, Staff Writer In West Virginia v. EPA, the Supreme Court of the United States held that the Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) did not have clear authority to devise carbon emissions caps based on a generation shifting approach. Generation shifting is defined as the shift in electricity production from a high […]
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By Kurt Valentine, Staff Writer In 2002, Congress enacted the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) “[t]o safeguard investors in public companies and restore trust in the financial markets following the collapse of Enron Corporation.” SOX included “the first federal enactment providing whistleblower protection for insiders with knowledge of financial fraud.” In 2010, […]
By Natalia Holliday, Staff Writer Approaching 40, broken, and beat, our fictitious hero Tom realizes that his time as a landscape laborer must end soon. It is early 2014, his kids are getting older, he feels the looming onset of various medical issues, and his wife alone cannot financially […]
Letter from the Editor-in-Chief, Matthew Andersen: “Everyday has to be an attempt to say, creatively or otherwise, what can I do to make it better than it was yesterday.” – Dr. John E. Murray This quote adorned the cover of the spring 2013 edition of Juris. As we mourn the […]