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As Lautenberg’s Chemical Inventory Reset gains attention within multinational supply chains, can you assure your company’s compliance?
In a rule seeking to define the jurisdictional limits of the waters of the US, SCOTUS will now determine which lower court has jurisdiction to consider challenges to the 2015 rule.
President Trump ordered unprecedented review of recent national monument proclamations. The reports have been published, but the next steps remain uncertain.
The need for new U.S. oil and gas pipelines is growing and citizen involvement and regulation of pipelines is similarly expanding.
In a narrow 5-to-3 ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court adopted a broad approach to defining the “relevant parcel” in regulatory takings cases.
The Supreme Court recently declined to hear the Gold King mine spill matter pursuant to its original jurisdiction.
The fifth World Justice Forum featured a presentation on the launch of the Global Environmental Rule of Law Index.
In Brief features a special tribute to Ted Garrett, the founder and author of this column for more than two decades. Trends and all the Section thank Ted!