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Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Goes Behind The Coal-fired Utilities Question

In a landmark decision in Connecticut v. American Electric Power Co. Inc., the Second Circuit Court of Appeals sided with a group of eight states, the City of New York and various environmental groups, who had filed a public nuisance lawsuit against five of the nation's biggest coal-burning utilities.  Please join me and my fellow attorney, co-host and Law.com blogger Bob Ambrogi as we welcome Attorney Matthew F. Pawa from Law Offices of Matthew F. Pawa, P.C. and  Attorney Thomas J. Heiden, partner in the Chicago office of Latham & Watkins, to dissect Connecticut v. AEP, get reaction from both sides of this landmark case and how this decision will impact power companies, as well as future environmental litigation.

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