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TSA releases new security directives regarding cybersecurity requirements for the rail industry

On 2 December 2021, the United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA) released two Security Directives applicable to the rail industry that will require certain owners and...


Staying Ahead of the Hack: New Cybersecurity Requirements on the Horizon for Trains and Planes

Imagine a country paralyzed by the inability — even for just one day — to move people or goods by rail or by plane.


CISA issues autonomous ground vehicle cybersecurity guide

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), an agency within the Department of Homeland Security, recently issued an Autonomous Ground Vehicle Security Guide (Guide)....


TSA issues second cybersecurity directive for pipeline companies

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced the issuance of a second security directive (Directive) that requires owners and operators of certain critical pipelines carrying...

Published Works

Encyclopedia of Mineral and Energy Policy - The United States: Mining Laws Springer

The United States has vast mineral resources, the development and use of which are fundamental to the U.S. economy. Denver Energy and Natural Resources lawyers Scot Anderson, Paul Hilton,...


DHS announces cybersecurity obligations for pipeline companies

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued a security directive (Directive) that, for the first time, imposes mandatory cybersecurity requirements on companies in the pipeline...

Media Mention

Lahaina tenants welcome federal court decision preserving low-income housing Lahaina News

Tenants of the Front Street Apartments low-income housing project welcomed a federal court decision last week that ensures that the project will stay affordable until 2051.

Media Mention

Maui tax credit development must stay affordable for 31 years Law360

A federal court in Hawaii ruled that a low-income housing tax credit project in Maui must remain affordable for the next 31 years, siding with tenants in a case they brought against a...

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