“Roundup” Litigation Attorney Charged With Extortion

A Virginia attorney, Timothy Litzeburg, who worked for the Virginia-based Miller Firm who represented plaintiffs in the first lawsuit against Bayer AG. Bayer acquired Monsanto, Inc. that developed glysophate, the herbicide known in stores as Roundup was recently charged with extortion by federal prosecutors. Litzenburg was part of the team of attorneys who successfully convinced…

Supreme Court weighs lawsuit pitting climate scientist against skeptics

By John Kruzel – 11/21/19 – The Hill The Supreme Court on Friday will consider whether to take up a prominent climatologist’s defamation suit against a venerated conservative magazine, in a case that pits climate scientists against the free speech rights of global warming skeptics. The dispute between scientist Michael Mann and the National Review…

US Antitrust Investigation Could Include more Tech Companies

In addition to Google, the antitrust investigation taken up by the US government could be expanded to include Facebook, Amazon and Apple. It is not yet known when they will be undertaken, but, according to Reuters, the Justice Department and Federal Trade Commission have worked out which companies they will examine for potential anti-competitive practices.…

Chevron Shakedown Lawyer Now Held In Contempt Of Court

Published at: Hot Air by Jazz Shaw It’s been a while since we checked in on Steven Donziger, the New York City attorney who was the architect of the failed Chevron Shakedown. How are things going for him these days? Well, the first item to note is that I should issue a correction to that…

Environmentalists Sue Oregon Ranchers Pardoned by Trump

Tim Pearce | May 14, 2019 – The Daily Caller Three environmental groups sued the federal government on Monday to block the renewal of a 10-year grazing permit for Oregon ranchers Dwight and Steven Hammond, The Oregonian reports. Western Watersheds Project, the Center for Biological Diversity and WildEarth Guardians filed suit against the Bureau of…

London Police Want to Charge 1100+ Extinction Rebellion Protesters

Date: 25/05/19 – Evening Standard Scotland Yard wants to charge more than 1,100 people who were arrested during last month’s Extinction Rebellion protests, a senior office has said. More than 70 activists have so far been charged in connection with the demonstrations that brought parts of London to a standstill for 10 days. The group’s…

Climate Lawsuits Have Cities Seeing Green

By Hunter Pearl, Institute for Energy Research “In my last article I discussed atmospheric trust litigation (ATL), the latest crusade among radical environmentalists to impose through the courts what they could not pass through the ballot box. This coordinated campaign includes using child plaintiffs to sue the federal government to adopt their desired climate change…