Publications

DOT and EPA Release Proposal to Roll Back Obama-era Emissions Standards for Automobiles
Regional Reports: Region 10
With This Tie, There Is a Winner: 4-4 SCOTUS Ruling Results in Victory for Native Americans and a Clear Mandate for Washington to Correct Culverts
Legal Whipsaw in Washington Sawmill Case: State Supreme Court Decision Fundamentally Changes the Scope of Liability under MTCA
Montana Supreme Court Undercuts CERCLA, Permits Property Owners to Pursue Restoration Damages Claim
Fourth Circuit Holds Maryland Ban on Pharmaceutical “Price Gouging” Unconstitutionally Regulates Out-of-State Business Activity, Reinvigorating Extraterritoriality Doctrine of Dormant Commerce Clause
New York High Court Rules on “Unavailability Exception” to Pro Rata Allocation in Long-Tail Environmental Coverage Case
SCOTX: Missed 30-Day Service Deadline Does Not Mandate Dismissal of Challenge to TCEQ Action
Judge Becomes Student in Climate Change Lawsuit “Tutorial” and Other Recent Updates
Supreme Court Poised to Overrule Requirement that Takings Claims be Filed In State Court
West Coast 'Super Tort' PCB Suits Have Staying Power
Industry Wins First Round in California Climate Change Litigation
Discharges and Hydrologic Connection to Groundwater: EPA Seeking Comment as Courts Weigh In
Ninth Circuit Holds That Indirect Discharges Require NPDES Permits
DOJ Clarifies Limits on Third Party Payments in Environmental Settlements
Unanimous Supreme Court: WOTUS Rule Challenges Belong in Federal District Courts
Environment: United States
Supreme Judicial Court Sets Limitation on Chapter 40B’s Broad Grant of Authority to Local Zoning Boards
California Lead Paint Decision Opens Door for Expanded Public Nuisance Suits
Regional Reports: Region 10
The Mexichem Conjecture: Regulating HFCs under CAA ... or TSCA?
Zoning-Immune Government Building Retains Its Protected Status Upon Transfer to Private Party
DC Circuit Rules That FERC Should Have Quantified Indirect Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Approving Natural Gas Pipeline
Washington Supreme Court Reaffirms that Pollution Exclusions Do Not Bar Insurance Coverage Where Negligence Is the Primary Cause of a Loss