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TSCA Reform Act: An overview of the 2016 compromise legislation that revised TSCA and creates a new regulatory world for new chemicals and new uses of existing chemicals.
This article, the first in a two-part series, explores whether EPA’s signature greenhouse gas rulemaking could be “undone” using congressional action.
Justice Scalia’s lasting impact on federal and state regulation of the electric and natural gas industries may result from just a few cases decided in his last decade on the Court.
EPA’s updated Supplemental Environmental Projects Policy is easier to use and will likely encourage more successful community-based and innovative project proposals.
Every environmental lawyer—whether in a litigation or transactional practice, whether new or experienced—should have a working knowledge of CERCLA and related case law.
How different is Alaska from the rest of the country? Not enough, as nationwide ban affecting uses on navigable waters within federal lands stands.
Ninth Circuit rules aerial emission is not a CERCLA “disposal,” Wyoming “data gag/trespass” statute upheld against constitutional challenges, and other recent environmental cases.