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Superfund and Brownfields Cleanup, 2021 ed.

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 2021
ISBN: 9780314801050
Service #: 22079839
Sub #: 21079839
Pages: 2024
Shelf Space: 4 in.
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
Update format: Replacement pamphlets

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Superfund and Brownfields Cleanup, 2021 ed.

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This book provides recent, accurate, and authoritative coverage of Superfund decisions and important new Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) developments. It analyzes hundreds of federal cases, interprets Superfund law, and provides a detailed discussion of the substantive and procedural issues that can arise in a Superfund cleanup dispute.

Features

  • Environmental Protection Agency adoption of lender liability rule and the resulting court decisions
  • New defenses to liability
  • New defenses to liability
  • Environmental Protection Agency adoption of lender liability rule and the resulting court decisions
  • Changes in the doctrines of "mere continuation" and "continuity of enterprise" in successor corporate liability cases
  • Allocation of fault among potentially responsible parties
  • Expansion of owner and operator liability
  • Expansion of owner and operator liability
  • Changes in the doctrines of "mere continuation" and "continuity of enterprise" in successor corporate liability cases
  • Allocation of fault among potentially responsible parties