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High Court’s Displacement Doctrine Extends to CERCLA Georgetown International Environmental Law Review

High Court’s Displacement Doctrine Extends to CERCLA

By Rachel Fullmer, Staff Contributor

For the first time, a federal district court has determined that CERCLA[1] 1,090 more words

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A Delicate Balance - Environmental liability in commercial leases

A recent court case highlights how seemingly innocuous decisions, rather than the more obvious overstating square footage, in real estate transactions can create major liabilities.  331 more words

Due Diligence

EPA Proposes More Stringent Requirements for Oil Spill Dispersants

On January 13, 2015, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed amendments to Subpart J of the National Contingency Plan governing the use of dispersants and other chemical and biological agents used to respond to oil spills in waters of the United States. 267 more words

Environmental Law

The Challenges of Funding Superfund:

It was a nice day in July of 1978 in the peaceful town of Niagara Falls when a disaster of epic proportions happened. In this neighborhood of Niagara Falls known as the Love Canal the ground shook, homes and buildings burned, and rising out of the ground in to the homes of innocent bystanders was hundreds of thousands of gallons (about 21,000 tons) of toxic chemical waste. 1,000 more words

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About the Portfolio: From Brownfields to Development Opportunities

Today’s topic is one that is very important in the world of economic development and urban planning, but not well understood outside of those realms.  When I worked for the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) in Indianapolis last year, one of our primary concerns as a community development organization was the the decline of the urban core of the city.   1,179 more words

Economic Development

Minnesota Federal Court Allows Vapor Intrusion Suit to Proceed

On September 04, 2014, the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota denied a motion by defendant General Mills, Inc., to dismiss plaintiff homeowners’ claims under the federal… 364 more words

Environmental Law