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5 Quick Takeaways From EPA's Updated Bona Fide Prospective Purchaser Guidance

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5.5 Things to Know About Subsurface Environmental Investigations (Phase II ESAs) - Part 2 of 2

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5.5 Things to Know About Subsurface Environmental Investigations (Phase II ESAs) - Part 1 of 2

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5 Things You Should Know About Phase I Environmental Site Assessments

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Recent Endangered Species Act Verdict Reinforces Traditional Legal Principles

Though the Endangered Species Act has very strong prohibitory language, in practice its bark is sometimes much worse than its bite. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit's recent decision in The Aranas Project v. Shaw, et al. has preserved the statute's status as a mere "paper tiger" by reversing a district court ruling which had the potential to preserve the dwindling wild whooping crane population.

Largest Environmental Settlement in History Reached in Kerr-McGee Case

In a triumph of environmental responsibility and justice over corporate attempts to disclaim environmental liabilities, the former Kerr-McGee Corporation has been ordered to clean up after itself.

Court Determines that All Remediation at a Superfund Site Constitutes One "Remedial Action"

How many remediation angels can dance on a single remediation pinhead? In the recent NL Industries v. ACF Industries ruling, a federal judge in the Western District of New York decided that, for the purposes of CERCLA cost recovery and declaratory judgment claims, all actions taken to clean up a Superfund site constitute one set of remedial actions, regardless of the number of "operable units" the site is divided into during the remediation.

Environmental Disaster Highlights the Need for TSCA Reform

Love Canal, New York; Cuyahoga River, Ohio; Times Beach, Missouri; Hopewell, Virginia; Three Mile Island, Pennsylvania. These are the sites of some of the worst environmental contamination in our nation's history. Each of these disasters drew significant public attention, and incited the political will to confront similar environmental hazards more systematically.

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