By David G. Mandelbaum | September 16, 2021
The decision to apply Section 113 or Section 107 action-by-action or settlement-by-settlement does not improve CERCLA's concinnity.
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By Michael W. Mitchell and Edward Roche | September 10, 2021
Fourth Circuit decision analyzes sovereign immunity as it applies to Takings Clause claims.
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By Charles Toutant | September 9, 2021
Defendants in the Hoboken case are represented by a Big Law who's who, including Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer; Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison; Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher; and McGuire Woods.
5 minute read
By ALM Staff | September 9, 2021
This suit was surfaced by Law.com Radar. Read the complaint here.
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By Zachary Koslap and Matthew Sullivan | September 9, 2021
With major environmental justice reforms and lawmaking viewed by some as a partisan issue, reforms at the federal level are expected to occur mostly within the executive branch, while state legislatures have taken the lead in advancing environmental justice legislation.
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By Michael B. Gerrard and Edward McTiernan | September 8, 2021
In 2020, the courts decided 47 cases under the New York State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA). In this edition of their Environmental Law article—the 30th anniversary of this column's first annual SEQRA review—Michael Gerrard and Edward McTiernan discuss the cases, which continued the familiar pattern that the safest way for a controversial project to withstand attack in court is to prepare a full EIS.
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By Lloyd M. Johnson Jr. | September 7, 2021
Disruption, transparency and accountability were the dominant themes of the 2021 proxy season. Directors should be prepared for these themes to dominate boardroom discussions and annual meetings next year and beyond.
7 minute read
By Amanda Bronstad | September 3, 2021
Five years after its filing, a lawsuit over GM's diesel vehicles filed in the wake of the Volkswagen emissions scandal could come to a screeching halt. A federal judge Michigan has ordered the plaintiffs firms to show why their lawsuit shouldn't be tossed, noting he had "serious doubt" that he had jurisdiction over the case given there was no evidence of a "defeat device."
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By Jim Turner | September 2, 2021
"My hope is that the governor is actually going to follow the law and bring up this appointment at the next Cabinet meeting," Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried said.
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By Amanda Bronstad | September 2, 2021
L. Everett & Associates, an environmental consulting firm based in Santa Barbara, is one of 500 creditors in the Girardi Keese bankruptcy. The firm, which has a $200,000 claim, worked for 20 years with Girardi Keese, often on cases referred by Erin Brockovich. "There was a time when the checks stopped coming, and we became quite nervous," said CEO Lorne Everett.
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