Congressional Changes to Toxic Substances Control Act Receives Initial Bipartisan Support

In a rare move of bipartisan collaboration, the United States Senate has passed a new environmental bill, which is intended to address perceived deficiencies of the Toxic Substances Control Act [...]

On Site Soil Movement: Part 201 or Part 111?

So what do you do if you own a contaminated property that is a “facility” under Part 201 of NREPA (Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act) and you want to [...]

File This One Under Yikes!

Developers need to take heed of this one. Based on a recent decision in the Federal Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, developers could find themselves involved in lawsuits [...]

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