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WWII-Era Government Contractor Indemnification Clauses Come to the Fore in CERCLA Litigation as Other Grounds to Shift Costs to the Government Narrow

WWII-Era Government Contractor Indemnification Clauses Come to the Fore in CERCLA Litigation as Other Grounds to Shift Costs to the Government Narrow

By Hume Ross, Executive Editor, Georgetown Environmental Law Review… 3,760 more words

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How Record M&A Activity Affects the Environmental Professional

I originally wrote this post on December 30, 2015 and posted it to LinkedIn.  You can find it here.

Are you still trying to do more with less? 642 more words

CERCLA

Understanding Complex Remediation Waste Issues – Part 1

The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) has been in place for a number of years and it still creates many complex questions when relating to contaminated environmental media on remediation projects. 1,310 more words

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