Court asked to scrap PFAS fight over menstrual products
The manufacturer of a popular brand of absorbent underwear has asked a federal court to dismiss class-action claims alleging the company misled consumers about the presence of "forever chemicals" in its products.
Lawsuit seeks protection for 19 animals and plants
The Center for Biological Diversity today sued the federal government to safeguard a slew of vulnerable plants and animals.
DOJ environment pick primed for swift confirmation
Todd Kim, whom President Biden has tapped to lead the Justice Department's environmental division, fielded few questions during his Senate hearing yesterday, a likely indicator that he faces an easy path to confirmation.
DOJ environment nominee wins bipartisan praise
Todd Kim this morning appeared poised for bipartisan Senate approval for his nomination to lead the Justice Department's environment division.
Biden picks environmental law prof for DOJ post
President Biden yesterday picked a prominent environmental law scholar for a high-ranking position at the Justice Department.