The Environmental Protection Agency has launched a new system to provide information about litigation.
“This tool is another step OGC is taking to improve awareness of key EPA litigation,” said General Counsel Matthew Z. Leopold. “With just a few clicks, anyone can now sign up to receive notices of EPA litigation that could affect them.”
Sign-up to be notified at https://www.epa.gov/ogc/email-subscriptions-notifications-about-new-litigation.
The Office of General Counsel has been providing notices about EPA’s defensive litigation to entities that could be interested in particular cases, consistent with the October 2017 Directive Promoting Transparency and Public Participation in Consent Decrees and Settlement Agreements. The announcement reflects the move to a new and improved internet-based system that will that will allow the public to subscribe and receive these notices automatically. Members of the public who sign up using the new system will be able to select categories of litigation notices to receive, manage their personal preferences, and unsubscribe at any time.