IMS Insights Podcast: Episode 5- A Deeper Look Into the World of Electric Vehicles
August 7, 2019
We sit down with Dr. Bill Bysinger, an expert from the IMS network, who has recently launched a company focused on the power management systems within Electric Vehicles, to discuss the potential roadblocks this industry can face, and it's pertinence within the world of complex litigation.
Make it Rain, Make it Stop: A Monopoly on Weather?
July 19, 2016
They call it “cloud-seeding.” It sounds a little like science fiction, but it’s happening. As scientific weather modification becomes more common and weather contractors are brought in to induce climate change, we have to wonder: Might there one day be a monopoly on weather?
Delaware Lowers the Boom on Energy MLP Boards
May 7, 2015
If shareholder-rights lawyers felt that Delaware courts had been too soft on the boards of master limited partnerships in the energy industry, a recent chancery court decision slamming the general partnership of one such MLP with a $171 million judgment may herald a change in perceptions. Continue reading to find out how this decision might impact operations and litigation in this industry.
No Bright Lines for Pipelines
April 25, 2015
The United States Supreme Court recently issued a 7-2 decision in an antitrust case that dismantled almost 70 years of bright-line jurisprudence in the energy industry and, instead, instituted a “make-it-up-as-you-go-along” approach. Continue reading to learn more about the decision and its potential impact on the interplay between state and federal regulation.