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  • February 15, 2019

    3 Questions On EPA's New Water Contamination Action

    As the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency studies the possibility of regulating the levels of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances in water, states, industry and the public are jostling for influence and preparing for potential new liability concerns in M&A and real estate transactions, as well as court fights over site cleanups.

  • February 15, 2019

    Development Barred At BASF Superfund Site: NJ Tax Court

    Development on a 1,200-acre tract owned by chemical company BASF Corp. was not possible because of its Superfund designation and state and federal controls during assessment periods in question, the New Jersey Tax Court has ruled.

  • February 15, 2019

    3M, Others Rip PFAS Suit Seeking To Represent 99% Of US

    3M Co. and a group of companies told an Ohio federal court it should toss a suit filed over the potential threats posed by a group of substances called PFAS brought by a man who allegedly wants to represent a class encompassing 99 percent of the country.

  • February 15, 2019

    Trump Steps Into Legal Minefield With Wall Declaration

    When President Donald Trump declared a national emergency in order to build a wall on the Mexican border Friday he thrust his White House into legal and political fights over the limits of presidential power, experts said, setting up clashes with Congress, advocacy groups and landowners.

  • February 15, 2019

    Butterfly Center's Border Wall Suit Doesn't Fly, Judge Says

    The Trump administration beat a border wall lawsuit on Thursday when a federal judge tossed claims that work done by the government near the Rio Grande violated the constitutional rights of a nonprofit that runs a butterfly sanctuary along the river.

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