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Daniel Nathan

Daniel Nathan helps clients navigate complex questions of environmental law, as well as administrative and appellate litigation. His litigation matters have encompassed claims under numerous environmental and natural resources statutes, including the Antiquities Act; Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA); Clean Air Act; and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).

The Supreme Court will soon decide whether to hear two cases that could dictate the future of climate change tort suits.  Such suits have proliferated in recent years: several dozen active cases assert state tort law claims—like nuisance, trespass, and strict liability—against oil and gas companies for fueling and misleading the public about climate change.  The two pending cases go to the very foundations of these claims.Continue Reading Supreme Court Receives Filings with Key Implications for Climate Change Tort Suits