An energy policy transparency group—which its foes have linked to pro-coal interests—has filed a motion to intervene in the wake of a Manhattan trial that ended in a decisive verdict for Exxon Mobil, aiming to secure the release of documents associated with the New York Attorney General’s Office action against the company over climate change.

But Boston attorney Matthew Pawa has asked to file an amicus brief to oppose the policy group’s demand.

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