Recent Major Briefs
- June 5, 2012, State of Vermont Brief in the Second Circuit (Yankee)
- September 26, 2011, Vermont Post Trial Memo
- September 26, 2011, Entergy Post Trial Memo
- July 18, 2011, Memorandum and Order on Plaintiffs’ Motion for a Preliminary Injunction
- June 13, 2011, Amicus brief of Commonwealth of Mass.
- June 13, 2011, Vermont Proposed Sur-reply to Entergy Reply
Tag Archives: Vermont Yankee
At the close of the trial on Wednesday, Judge Murtha paid obligatory compliments to the lawyers for both sides and then posed a series of provocative questions that must be addressed in post-trial briefs (as if he wasn’t already buried … Continue reading
Listen to VPR’s Vermont Edition to hear professors Pat Parenteau and Don Kreis discuss the Vermont Yankee lawsuit and the key hearing June 23-24 in U.S. District Court.
Assistant Professor Don Kreis wrote an op-ed piece May 15, 2010, in vtdigger.org about Vermont Yankee, a follow up to his May 5 column on the nuclear power plant. “For a successful technology, reality must take precedence over public relations, for … Continue reading
Assistant Professor Don Kreis wrote an op-ed piece May 5, 2010, in vtdigger.org about Vermont Yankee. It might be an exaggeration to suggest that a PowerPoint slide, entitled “Review of Test Data Indicates Conservatism for Tile Penetration,” caused the Space Shuttle … Continue reading
Assistant Professor Don Kreis wrote an op-ed piece April 24, 2010, in vtdigger.org on Vermont Yankee. Vermont Yankee has gone public with its big internal investigation of Tritium-gate, but state regulators may have left themselves, and the public, without the means … Continue reading
Feb. 13, 2010, Don Kreis: Not So Fast–N.Y. Public Service Commission Didn’t Reject Entergy Proposal; It Merely Steered Middle Ground
This article by Don Kreis originally appeared in vtdigger.org on February 13, 2010 Entergy’s quest to shed Vermont Yankee and the company’s five other nuclear power plants took something of a soap-operatic turn on Thursday in New York. Regulators in … Continue reading