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Category: Environmental Protection Agency

5/23/2013Oh my! The Folks in Marin Might Have to Look At Big Water Tanks
10/8/2009Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Goes Behind The Coal-fired Utilities Question
3/12/2009Courts Rule It's Not Nice For Mother Nature To Fool Proposition 65
3/10/2009California Supreme Court Finally Clarifies Insurance Pollution Exclusion Provisions
1/2/2009Don't Take A Page From This Book: How To Ignore The Government In Three Easy Steps
10/4/2008What Liability Do Arrangers And Owners Have On Superfund Sites?
4/1/2008MIPTC Announces J. Craig Williams's New Book: How To Get Sued
3/11/2008What Of A Fall From Grace?
12/2/2007Dissent Turns Into Majority Opinion; Third Circuit Finally Falls In Line
10/5/2007Supremes Launch New Term - Plenty On The Docket And One Hopeful For The Docket
9/30/2007It Depends On How You Look At It
8/21/2007Surprise: California Can Regulate Itself
8/2/2007Lawyer 2 Lawyer Internet Radio Talks About Climate Change
7/20/2007Do We Still Need The EPA? What Will The Future Bring? How About Social Capital?
6/28/2007Lawyer 2 Lawyer Internet Radio Covers the Supreme Court
6/27/2007Supreme Court Restores Santity To CERCLA
6/22/2007Kentucky Creates Tort Of Intentional Trespass Presumably To Make Damages Easier To Recover
6/16/2007Allegedly Dangerous Levels Of Carbon Monoxide From Powerboats Prompts Arizona Lawsuit
6/9/2007Can We Fix Everything? Should We?
5/31/2007Water Battle Rages - But Do We Have The Issues Framed Right?
5/13/2007Just Pave Over Paradise: Trees Are The Reason We Have Global Warming
12/31/2006One Resolution Many Will Thank You For Making
12/8/2006Coast to Coast Internet Radio Gets Toasty
11/28/2006Are You Listening, Orange County Sanitation District?
9/24/2006Third Circuit Turns CERCLA On Its Head; Companies Take Note: Don't Voluntarily Clean Up
8/20/2006LA Sludge May Move From Bakersfield To Arizona
8/13/2006Volunteers May Recover Contamination Cleanup Costs From Potentially Liable Parties
8/12/2006Are Alternative Cars The Answer To High Gas Prices?
8/7/2006Toxic Superfund Site Turns Out Cancer-fighting Organisms
7/24/2006You May Get 25 Miles To The Zucchini, Or 25 To Life
6/21/2006Navigable Wetlands Doesn't Mean That Puddle In Your Backyard
6/13/2006Modesto Contamination Punitive Verdict In: Big Numbers, But Not Likely To Last
5/27/2006Modesto Seeks To Hold Chemical Manufacturers Liable For Contamination
5/6/2006University of Pennsylvania Law Review Solicits Submissions
3/18/2006USEPA Prohibited From Applying Different Air Pollution Rules To Major Sources Of Emissions
2/17/2006Take It With A Grain Of .... It's Not A Pollutant Anymore
1/13/2006Property Owner Denied Right To Recover Environmental Cleanup Costs
12/20/2005More Prop 65 Cases Settle
12/12/2005Are You Ready For A Tsunami? The Government's Not.
12/7/2005The Rules Change For Modifying Consent Decrees
12/2/2005Removing Or Remediating Contamination Has Big Consequences For Your Pocketbook
11/28/2005Sampling Results From Rita And Katrina Reveal Contamination Across Four States
11/27/2005The Interplay Of Politics, Money, Insurance, Courts And Pollution
11/25/2005Don't Worry, The USEPA Will Protect You From Death By Chocolate
11/16/2005SFO Prop 65 Warnings Now Must Be Posted In Three Languages
11/7/2005Arkansas and Oklahoma Battle It Out Again Over Water Contamination
5/12/2004Diesel Regulations Come A Step Closer
3/16/2004Taxing Environmental Costs
3/13/2004Water Figures are All Wet
3/5/2004GE Wins Challenge Against USEPA Superfund Order
2/28/2004To Discharge In Bankruptcy Or Not?
2/18/2004Inventing Slagacre
2/17/2004Is Your Statute of Limitations Running?
2/5/2004How To Avoid Liability for Your Neighbor's Toxics
1/29/2004Environmental Insurance Coverage Not Cancellable
1/24/2004Is The Evidence In Yet? Salmon Still Swimming
1/24/2004New State Implementation Plan Out for Comment
1/21/2004Supremes Hand USEPA the Hammer
1/15/2004Clean Fleet Rules May Likely Go Down in Flames
1/14/2004Another Snowmobile Defeat in Yellowstone
1/13/2004Florida Polluted Water Has Nationwide Effect
1/12/2004$200,000 for SUV Graffiti
1/9/2004Farm-raised Salmon Allegedly High in Dioxin & PCB Pollutants
12/27/2003Ground Zero - Legislation by the Executive Branch
12/24/2003Cleaner Motorcycles for a Small Cost
12/23/2003No Net Loss Program Intact
12/21/2003Corporate Successor Liability Depends on State Law
12/18/2003X for Snowmobiles in Yellowstone
12/15/2003The Ozone Battle Continues
12/11/2003Quashing Grand Jury Contempt Orders the Right Way
12/5/2003Air Pollution: Getting Less Fast Enough?
12/3/2003Enlibra - More Regulation Than Enforcement
12/2/2003New USEPA Chief to Speak About Clean Air Plan
11/20/2003College Tuition & Dynamite - How They Go Together
11/17/200314 States File to Enjoin Loosened Air Act Regs
11/16/2003Lawsuits Over MTBE Contamination May Soon Go Away
11/13/2003Solutions for Strip Mines and Scarred Landscapes
11/10/2003New York to Enforce Air Laws the USEPA Won't
11/7/2003Air Pollution Control Enforcement Eased Back
11/6/2003What the USEPA Doesn't Know Won't Hurt US
11/5/2003Mishmash of Special Interests form Energy Bill
11/3/2003New Source Review Rules Go Final
11/2/2003Punitive Damages Available Against the Navy
10/11/2003Stopped at the Border, Dirty Air Not Allowed In
10/7/2003Elvis is Dead. Climate Change is Happening.
10/6/2003More Hits from the Supremes?
9/29/2003The "Gore Factors"
9/22/2003USEPA Just Can't Get It Right - 17 Years Later
9/15/2003Diesel Emission Limits Under Study

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