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Federal Court Rules That Rensselaer Pond Is Not A "Water Of The United States" And Thus Not Subject To The Clean Water Act

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Supreme Court May Determine When Tenants Are Subject to "Ownership Liability" Under CERCLA

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Court Allows Town's Trespass and Strict Liability Claims against Neighboring Company to Go Forward

In a recent opinion, Town of Windsor v. Avery Dennison Corp., 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 27264 (S.D.N.Y. Mar. 1, 2012), the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York allowed a town's claims of strict liability for ultrahazardous activities and trespass against a neighboring manufacturing company to proceed, while dismissing the town's private nuisance claim.

New York Brownfields Law Update: Denial of eligibility decisions mostly upheld

In 2003, the New York Legislature passed the Brownfield Cleanup Program, ECL § 27-1401 et seq. The benefits of the Brownfield Cleanup Program ("BCP") are many: the developer receives a liability release from the State following DEC oversight during the cleanup of the property. The most coveted benefit, however, is a tax credit of up to 22% based not merely on the cost of cleanup but also on the cost to redevelop the site. A few New York City developers have reaped enormous rewards on $100+ million developments.

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