Publications

Who Gets to Decide What an Agency Meant? U.S. Supreme Court Places Limits on Agency Deference
U.S. Bankruptcy Court Finds that CERCLA § 104(e) Request and National Priority Listing Do Not Constitute “Claims” Under New York Law
Vermont Governor Signs Law Setting Strict PFAS Limits
Washington State Enacts Sweeping Law to Regulate PFAS and Other Chemicals in Consumer Products and Packaging
Vermont Legislature Passes Bill That Would Impose Strict PFAS Limits
EPA Publishes Draft Screening and Remediation Recommendations for Groundwater Contaminated with PFOA and PFOS
Massachusetts Proposes Cleanup Standards for PFAS
Despite Sophisticated Acquisition Contract, Allocation of CERCLA Liability Unclear
States Draft Legislation Following EPA's PFAS Action Plan
Port of Ridgefield Sues Railroad, Takes Nothing Under MTCA
Ninth Circuit Creates New Challenge for Divisibility in Complex CERCLA Sites
NJDEP to Allow Capping as Remedial Option for VOCs with Groundwater Pathways
Legal Whipsaw in Washington Sawmill Case: State Supreme Court Decision Fundamentally Changes the Scope of Liability Under the Model Toxics Control Act
Montana Supreme Court Undercuts CERCLA, Permits Property Owners to Pursue Restoration Damages Claim
New York High Court Rules on “Unavailability Exception” to Pro Rata Allocation in Long-Tail Environmental Coverage Case
EPA Proposes Revisions to Rules for Disposal of Coal Combustion Residuals from Electric Utilities