Matthew Morton


  • Friday, October 21, 2011
    Editor: Are there current and pending environmental laws and regulations that could be detrimental to economic growth and job creation? Connolly: Some people appear predisposed to argue that anything EPA proposes is “detrimental” if it has a price tag attached to it. Some in industry argue that spending money means they have less money to...
  • Thursday, May 1, 2008
    Part I of this article appeared in the April issue of The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel. It dealt with current securities law requirements for disclosure regarding any material impacts of greenhouse gas emissions and the need for clear guidance by the SEC as to what it expects from companies with regard to their climate change risks. In addition, the...
  • Tuesday, April 1, 2008
    As shareholder and general public awareness regarding climate change escalates, public companies are increasingly being pressured to disclose information regarding the magnitude of their greenhouse gas ("GHG") emissions and any resultant climate-change liability risks.