A recent Ninth Circuit decision could significantly expand the CWA’s NPDES permit program to point source discharges to jurisdictional surface waters through groundwater.
Presidential transitions lead to a flurry of monument declarations, and now, revisions. Congressional passivity has set the stage for these wide pendulum swings.
A perfect storm is building around our country’s water infrastructure and it will take innovative measures to get us to the other side.
Recent changes to Migratory Bird Treaty Act and Endangered Species Act policy indicate a relaxing of species regulation.
Experience with the Dakota Access Pipeline demonstrates the importance of managing a robust tribal consultation process in project development.
There is no “one size fits all” approach for depositions, but this article compiles some tips for taking winning depositions.
In Brief surveys the recent Supreme Court’s WOTUS jurisdictional ruling; the Ninth Circuit’s interpretation of Rapanos; and CERCLA, ESA, public land, and other decisions.
Section chair John Milner discusses the SCOTUS decision on WOTUS Rule jurisdiction, the next round of WOTUS litigation, and the Section’s practical WOTUS content for its members.
Keep up with your fellow Section members’ moves.