Publications

Public Duty Doctrine Applies when the Washington DNR Acts as a Fire Prevention and Suppression Agency
COVID-19 Impacts on Legal System, Business, and Environmental Compliance in Massachusetts
So Long to SEPs
New WOTUS Rule Clarifies Clean Water Act Jurisdiction, Awaits Litigation
Washington’s Clean Air Rule: State Supreme Court Invalidates Key Components of Climate Change Regulation
Ninth Circuit Orders EPA to Develop Total Maximum Daily Loads for Temperature on the Columbia and Snake Rivers
New York Enacts New Limitations Period for Water Supplier Contamination Claims
EPA Proposes Big Changes to the EAB Permit Appeals Process
Justices Wrestle with Scope of the CWA’s Permitting Requirement
EPA Proposes Revisions to the Lead and Copper Rule
Another Round In The Battle Over The Clean Water Act
SEC Proposes Changes to Reporting Regulations Impacting Environmental Disclosures
“Broken Link in the Chain of Liability”: MTCA Decision Highlights Intricacies of Corporate Law
New DOJ Policy Diminishes Use of SEPs in Federal Settlements with State and Local Governments
Seventh Circuit Rejects CERCLA Claims Filed Nineteen Years After Settlement
Seventh Circuit Affirms 25% Allocation to No-Fault Purchaser in Superfund Litigation
Ninth Circuit Strikes a Blow for PURPA: Winding Creek Solar LLC. v. Peterman
DC Circuit Denies Petition Challenging Transfer-Based Exclusion under RCRA
Who Gets to Decide What an Agency Meant? U.S. Supreme Court Places Limits on Agency Deference
U.S. Supreme Court Increases Protection for Confidential Business Information Shared With The Federal Government
U.S. Bankruptcy Court Finds that CERCLA § 104(e) Request and National Priority Listing Do Not Constitute “Claims” Under New York Law
Supreme Court Overrules Requirement that Takings Claims be Filed in State Court
California Court Finds Tribe Lacks Standing to Quantify Reserved Water Right
Seventh Circuit Underscores Importance of “Scientifically Reliable” Expert Opinion in Complex Environmental Insurance Coverage Cases
The Supreme Court Decides the United States Cannot Have Title to Running Waters
Despite Sophisticated Acquisition Contract, Allocation of CERCLA Liability Unclear
The Latest on HFCs: DC Circuit Strikes Another SNAP Rule and Other Recent Developments
Too Much to “Bare”: US Supreme Court Rejects Bare Metal Defense Under Federal Maritime Law
U.S. Supreme Court Denies Certiorari on Class Certification Issue
Sixth Circuit Halts Qualified Immunity Claims for Bodily Integrity of Flint Residents