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The Supreme Court has confirmed the EPA’s power to overrule state agencies and demand stricter environmental compliance. In State of Alaska v. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the Court ruled that the federal agency could suspend a mine construction project that had been approved by Alaskan regulators but fell short of the EPA’s clear air requirements. In a 5-4 ruling, Justice Sandra Day O’Connor provided the deciding vote … Dechert is joining the fight to save what may be the only remaining undeveloped prison camp site from the Revolutionary War. The international firm is donating its services to the Friends of Camp Security in its battle to prevent a subdivision on the land near York, Pa. In ongoing litigation, owner Tim Pasch has said he’d happily retreat for the price of $4.5 million, about nine times what he paid for the site two years ago … A former Cummings & Lockwood managing partner has found a new home down South. William Narwold will be joining Motley Rice Feb. 1, dividing his time between South Carolina and Rhode Island offices. A commercial litigator, Narwold led Cummings & Lockwood for eight years ending in 2002 — a year before its Hartford, Conn., business practice folded into New Jersey’s McCarter & English … Convicted child killer and former nanny Louise Woodward began work as an attorney this week, with the blessings of England’s Law Society. Woodward, who returned to England after serving nine months in Massachusetts for involuntary manslaughter, has a two-year contract with the Oldham firm North Ainley Halliwell. Now 25, Woodward was convicted in 1997 of shaking 8-month-old Matthew Eappen to death. – Lori Patel

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