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December 01, 2004

Global warming suits conference

This coming March 3 the Fordham Environmental Law Review is hosting a conference entitled "A New Legal Frontier in the Fight Against Global Warming", for which it is soliciting academics to participate as paper-presenters and panelists. The conference "will focus on the ramifications of a toxic tort lawsuit recently filed by 8 states and the City of New York against five large power companies."

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Regulation Through Litigation



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