I. BP Oil Spill, Oil Pollution Act of 1990 (OPA), Oil Spill Liability Trust Fund (OSLTF), Gulf Coast Claims Facility (GCCF) and Class Action Lawsuits
Bill Moyers talks with Mark Leibovich about his latest book, This Town (Insight into how BP managed its oil spill disaster)
BP Oil Spill: Crude Solution Part 1 (60 Minutes Video)
BP Oil Spill: Crude Solution Part 2 (60 Minutes Video)
BP Oil Spill: Profit Pollution and Deception (Video)
Beyond The Spill: A GulfWatch Special (Video)
Crude Justice (Video)
Unequal Justice: The Relentless Rise of the 1% Court (Video)
The Secret of the Seven Sisters (Video)
Corexit: Deadly Dispersant in Oil Spill Cleanup
BP Oil Spill – Oil Spill Commission Staff Working Paper No. 6
BP’s ‘widespread human health crisis’
An article on Corexit which will make you truly sick!
Gulf ecosystem in crisis after BP spill
BP’s silent disaster
The Louisiana Record
The BP Oil Spill Settlement Is Wrong For America!
The BP Oil Spill Multidistrict Litigation (“MDL 2179”) Is Not Right for America
BP Oil Spill Litigation: The Compensation Paid to MDL 2179 Plaintiffs’ Attorneys is Excessive
Third Lawsuit Filed Against Kenneth R. Feinberg and Feinberg Rozen, LLP
BP Oil Spill Litigation: U.S. Appeals Judge’s Decision on Motion to Compel BP to Produce Documents Based on the Crime-Fraud Exception
BP Oil Spill: Reply to PSC’s Response to the Open Letter Dated December 21, 2012
BP Oil Spill: An Open Letter to the MDL 2179 Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee (“PSC”)
BP Oil Spill Victims Opt-Out of the Deepwater Horizon Class Action Settlements
Approximately 200,000 BP Oil Spill Victims Are Being Illegally Excluded From Proposed Deepwater Horizon Class Action Settlement
It’s Time for BP Oil Spill Victims to Opt-Out of the Deepwater Horizon Class Action Settlements
BP Oil Spill: A Pattern of Collusive Unfairness Permeates the Deepwater Horizon Proposed Class Action Settlement (Part II)
BP Oil Spill: A Pattern of Collusive Unfairness Permeates the Deepwater Horizon Proposed Class Action Settlement (Part I)
How the BP Oil Spill Proposed Class Action Settlement Makes a Mockery of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990
Is the BP Oil Spill Proposed Class Action Settlement Fair, Reasonable, and Adequate?
Has the MDL 2179 Court Overreached Its Authority?
GCCF Claimants Should Not be Required to Pay the Litigation Fees and Expenses Incurred by the MDL 2179 Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee
BP Oil Spill: Is the MDL 2179 Trial Plan Unconstitutional?
BP Oil Spill: Plaintiffs Oppose Class Action Lawsuits in MDL 2179
State of Mississippi v. Gulf Coast Claims Facility and Kenneth Feinberg: Case Is Remanded to State Court
Florida Plaintiffs Vow to Hold Kenneth R. Feinberg, Feinberg Rozen, LLP, and GCCF Accountable for “Delay, Deny, Defend” Strategy
Second Lawsuit Filed in State Court Against Kenneth R. Feinberg, Feinberg Rozen, LLP and Gulf Coast Claims Facility
Lawsuit Filed Against Kenneth R. Feinberg, Feinberg Rozen, LLP and Gulf Coast Claims Facility
BP Oil Spill Victims: Kenneth Feinberg Should Not be the Sole Focus of Anger
BP Oil Spill: Failure to Act by the Obama Administration and Congress Threatens the Financial Viability of the Oil Spill Liability Trust Fund (OSLTF)
BP Oil Spill Victims: Gulf Coast Claims Facility, Litigation or Oil Spill Liability Trust Fund?
BP Oil Spill: Letter Requests Secretary Napolitano to Take Action
The Gulf Coast Claims Facility Limits BP’s Liability and Guarantees the Oil Company’s Continued Operation in the Gulf of Mexico
Is The Gulf Coast Claims Facility in Violation of The Oil Pollution Act of 1990?
Is The BP Oil Spill Victim Compensation Fund Legitimate?
Will Victims of the BP Oil Gusher Also Be Victims of Class Action Lawsuits and the BP Oil Spill Victim Compensation Fund?
BP’s Strategy to Limit Liability in Regard to Its Gulf Oil Gusher
Why BP Does Not Want an Accurate Measurement of the Gulf Oil Spill
The Oil Pollution Act Provides for the Federalization of the BP Oil Spill
BP is Not the Only Responsible Party
BP Oil Spill of April, 2010: Why Class Action Lawsuits May Not be in the Best Interests of Potential Plaintiffs
II. Cap-and-Trade, Carbon Offsets and Climate Change Legislation
Regional Greenhouse Gas Cap-and-Trade Programs May be the Solution
The U.N. Approval Process for Carbon Offsets
The Role of Offsets in Climate Change Legislation
Why Carbon Emissions Should Not Have Been the Focus of the U.N. Climate Change Summit and Why the 15th Conference of the Parties Should Have Focused on Technology Transfer
III. Advanced Biofuel, Hydrous Ethanol, Field-to-Pump Strategy, Blender’s Tax Credit and Ethanol Import Tariff
Our Nation’s Need to Transition to Hydrous Ethanol as the Primary Renewable Transportation Fuel
The Renergie “Field-to-Pump” Strategy
Florida’s “Port-to-Pump” Advanced Biofuel Initiative
Independent Ethanol Producers in Florida Have the Legal Right to Receive Blender’s Tax Credit
Why the Ethanol Import Tariff Should be Repealed
Independent U.S. Ethanol Producers Will Not Survive as Price Takers
Louisiana Enacts the Most Comprehensive Advanced Biofuel Legislation in the Nation
Why Big Oil Should Not be Allowed to Monopolize the Blender’s Tax Credit
IV. Wall Street, Credit Default Swaps, Credit Derivatives, Subprime Mortgages, Financial Reform and Basel Accord
How Credit Derivatives Brought the U.S. Economy to the Brink of a Second Great Depression
V. Interchange Fee, Credit Card Regulation and Natural Disaster Trust Fund
Two Threats to Our Nation’s Economy
How to Fund and Efficiently Utilize a Natural Disaster Trust Fund
The Need to Establish a Natural Disaster Trust Fund