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In today’s issue of Law Times, Julius Melnitzer examines the jockeying that is going on between legal specialties in our yet nonexistent carbon trading regime: For some time now, securities lawyers have been trying to position themselves as the go-to lawyers on carbon trading. “When it comes to the actual trading, that makes sense,” says Dianne Saxe, an environmental lawyer in Toronto. “But before you can sell something you have to understand it, create it, and have it recognized, and that’s where the environmental lawyers fit in.” Read more.

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