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Redevelopments gone bad: An update on Ashley II of Charleston LLC v. PCS Nitrogen Inc.

In a previous post we reported on a case in the 4th Circuit, Ashley II of Charleston LLC v PCS Nitrogen Inc., that could have a chilling effect on developers interested in redeveloping contaminated property. … Read More >

Can governments really be held liable under CERCLA for mine waste contamination?

Federal and State governments are frequently targets of CERCLA contribution actions (or cost recovery actions) where they have allowed third parties to engage in hazardous waste generating activities on property owned or leased by the… Read More >

Brownfield Redevelopers Beware!

Due Care and Indemnification Agreements and the CERCLA BFPP Defense The last year has seen its share of unique decisions relating to CERCLA liability.  Recently I blogged about one case with ramifications for brownfield developers: … Read More >