Monday Morning Regulatory Review: CO2 Emmissions, Securities Whistleblowers, Wage Methodology, Recess Appointments

Monday Morning Regulatory Review: CO2 Emmissions, Securities Whistleblowers, Wage Methodology, Recess Appointments

Two recent cases of interest deserve at least a summary review – the vacation of an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rule that deferred regulation and permitting of some carbon dioxide emissions in scientific uncertainty and rejection of a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) rule on whistleblowers in private litigation.

A Responder’s Perspective On Hurricane Sandy

A Responder’s Perspective On Hurricane Sandy

Note: This guest blog is by Chris Aldrich, a firefighter for 23 years, (19.5 in Toms River with 2 of the 19 years as Fire Chief, 12 years as a command officer, 3.5 years in Whitesville FD, Jackson Township serving currently as Fire Commissioner), as well a Deputy Fire Coordinator, with the Ocean County Fire Coordinators for 3 years, and 14 years as a Deputy Coordinator in the Toms River Office of Emergency Management.