New California Proposition 65 Warning Regulations Take Effect August 30th
California Approves New Amendments to Proposition 65 Safe-Harbor Regulations
OEHHA Attempts to Clarify New Proposition 65 Clear and Reasonable Warning Regulations by Issuing Guidance and Proposed Amendments
New Proposition 65 Regulation Amendments Modify Clear and Reasonable Warning Requirements and Private Enforcement Settlement Provisions
OEHHA Issues Additional Modifications to Proposition 65 Article 6: Clear and Reasonable Warning Requirements
Prop 65 Regulatory Activity Raises New Compliance Questions for Industry
OEHHA Issues Further Modification of Warning Website Regulations
California Attorney General Proposes Proposition 65 Amendments To Address Litigation Abuse
Ninth Circuit Clarifies and Complicates the Endangered Species Act
Client Documents in Law Firm Files
CERCLA Liability of Easement Holders Limited
Corporate Officer Civil Liability Under CERCLA
Impact of Cal/EPA’s Enforcement Guidelines