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May 28, 2024 | National Law Journal

Supreme Court Wades Into San Francisco's Sewage Fight With EPA

According to the city, the EPA's ocean wastewater permit contains "generic" prohibitions on violating applicable water standards without specifying exactly how much pollution can occur without risking enforcement under the federal Clean Water Act.
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In re Appeal of NJDEP's Sept. 6, 2022 Denial of Request for Adjudicatory Hearing Under N.J.A.C. 7:26C-9.10
Publication Date: 2024-02-19
Practice Area: Environmental Law
Industry: Manufacturing | Real Estate | State and Local Government
Court: Appellate Division
Judge: Judge Whipple
Attorneys:
For plaintiff: Roy D. Prather III (Beveridge & Diamond, PC), and John H. Paul (Beveridge & Diamond, PC) of the New York and District of Columbia bars, admitted pro hac vice (Roy D. Prather III and John H. Paul, on the briefs)
For defendant: Matthew J. Platkin, Attorney General (Sookie Bae-Park, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel; Bethanne Sonne Prugh, Deputy Attorney General, on the brief)
Case number: A-0511-22

Remediation in Progress Waiver Under ISRA Did Not Provide Ongoing Property Interest Entitling Property Owner to Hearing Prior to Waiver Rescission

January 24, 2024 | National Law Journal

Amid 'Brutal Competition' and Demand in Patent Practices, Orrick Grows IP Group

Arnold & Porter, Crowell & Moring, McCarter & English, and Miles & Stockbridge also picked up D.C. partners in their key practices this past week.
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January 11, 2024 | Corporate Counsel

$2B Settlement in Cummins Environmental Probe Signals End to Era of Lax Enforcement

The agreement "sends a signal the EPA is making an example of someone. Make sure your house is in order," said Joshua Van Eaton, a principal at Beveridge & Diamond.
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November 10, 2023 | Litigation Daily

Litigators of the Week: A Defense Verdict for Dow and PPG in Quarter Century-Old Environmental Litigation

Mary Rose Alexander and Robert Collins of Latham & Watkins took the lead for Dow and Jason Levin of Alston & Bird represented PPG in a six-week trial in San Francisco Superior Court that resulted in no damages.
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May 03, 2023 | Texas Lawyer

$100,000 in Attorney Fees: Hefty Legal Bill as Part of Texas Pollution Settlement

The refinery had experienced multiple, recurring instances of unauthorized emissions and permit violations caused by operator errors, equipment malfunctions, and poor maintenance practices, according to the commission.
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April 28, 2023 | Litigation Daily

Litigator of the Week Runners-Up and Shout Outs

Appellate lawyers at Alston & Bird and Alexander Dubose & Jefferson handled arguments in a major win at the Texas Supreme Court last week in the court's first substantive look at a force majeure clause in an oil and gas contract.
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March 21, 2023 | Corporate Counsel

Flowers, Butterflies on Label of P&G's Gain Help Ensnare Firm in Greenwashing Suit

More companies are facing similar suits as plaintiffs attorneys enlist laboratories to test products for levels of potentially dangerous chemicals.
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January 05, 2023 | Corporate Counsel

Updated FTC Guidance on Environmental Claims to Help Set 'Guardrails'

Industry groups hope the revisions to the FTC's "Green Guides" will give company legal departments greater clarity on what constitutes legitimate marketing and "greenwashing."
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December 15, 2022 | Corporate Counsel

Companies Promote CLOs to C-Suite Amid Future Uncertainty

"Because the chief legal officer's job has had to expand, that gives them an opportunity to bring a lot of different things to bear [to the CEO position], which somebody who came into the role from the financial side of the company, for example, may not have," corporate consultant Michael Gallagher said.
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