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Colorado Put the Institution in Institutional Controls

Posted on August 4, 2021 by Dan Miller Thirty-one years after enactment of CERCLA, most environmental practitioners take for.... Read More

Ohio District Court Confirms its Ruling That CERCLA Does Not Apply to Disposal of A “Naturally Occurring” Hazardous Substance

Posted on August 3, 2021 by Jennifer T. Nijman Finally, there is a substance that, when sent to a.... Read More

The Gap Between PFAS Science and PFAS Legislation–Industry Place Your Bets

Posted on July 30, 2021 by Donald K. Shandy In the race to regulate PFAS substances, Congress’ actions have.... Read More

Landmines For Your Landowner Liability Protections?

Posted on July 19, 2021 by Amy L. Edwards Every eight years, ASTM standard-setting committees are required to re-evaluate.... Read More

Just How Absolute is the Absolute Pollution Exclusion?

Posted on June 16, 2021 by Thomas M. Hnasko Despite the myriad CERCLA cases on the books, there is.... Read More

Love Canal Revisited

Posted June 2, 2021 by Ed Tormey It was 41 years ago that one of the more bizarre events.... Read More

I Love It When SCOTUS Reminds Me How Clear and Unambiguous CERCLA Is

Posted May 26, 2021 by Seth Jaffe On May 24th, the Supreme Court ruled that only settlements that explicitly.... Read More

Paying More than Your CERCLA Fair Share

Posted on January 8, 2021 by David G. Mandelbaum The rhetoric of enforcement under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability.... Read More

Balancing Environmental Protection and Public Health in the time of COVID-19 (and after)

Posted on March 27, 2020 by Seth Jaffe Greenwire reported today that two medical sterilization facilities in Georgia that had been shut.... Read More

Cleaning Up Nature: The Swift Creek Conundrum

Posted on February 28, 2020 by Andy Fitz Dredged spoils along the Swift Creek channel; landslide visible at upper right (author.... Read More