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Meulemans – Spring 2022 – MJEAL

EV Tax Credits and the Shift Towards Electrification

Kate Meulemans


As Americans begin to shift toward cleaner energy, the demand for electric vehicles has skyrocketed, but not without a similar spike in the political attitude surrounding electric cars. Switching from

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Elfarissi – Spring 2022 – MJEAL

Walmart’s Liabilities Under the HWCL: A California Case Study

Rita Elfarisi


In December 2021, the California Attorney General along with approximately a dozen district attorneys filed a lawsuit against Walmart.[1] The complaint alleges Walmart dumped nearly 80 tons of hazardous

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Small Business – Salisbury Post

SAN DIEGO, Jan. 14, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Shareholder rights law firm Johnson Fistel, LLP is investigating potential violations of law in connection with the following special purpose acquisition companies (“SPACs”): Aeva, Inc. f/k/a InterPrivate Acquisition Corporation (NYSE: AEVA), Archer

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Lehman – Spring 2022 – MJEAL

Agency Delegation to External Parties: An Unexplored Challenge

Benjamin Lehman


The Supreme Court recently declined to grant cert in Texas v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, a case from the 5thth Circuit. However, the three justices said the decision was