Vapor Intrusion Environmental Liability Webinar – Attorney Questions and Answers
EDR Insight Vapor Intrusion and Environmental Liability, February 2013
Minnesota Pollution Control Agency Cooperative Cleanup Memorandum of Agreement Template – July 5, 2012
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) Basics
2011 Case Law Update CERCLA/RCRA/MERLA
RCRA Basics Powerpoint
Twin Cities Business Magazine February, 2011 “Special Focus – Law Firms: The Blawgosphere”
Tax Relief Available for Owners of Contaminated Property in Minnesota
CERCLA After Burlington Northern
MPCA Rem Div. Telephone List 3/5/2010
Best Management Practices for the Off-Site Reuse of Excess Fill From Development Sites
Minnesota Statutes § 116.071 – Cause Of Action For Abandonment Of Hazardous Waste On Property Of Another.
Minnesota State Register, January 25, 2010 Minnesota Pollution Control Agency – Notice of Proposed Update of the State Superfund Priorty List
MPCA Civil Penalty Guidelines for Individual Civil Settlement Negotiations for Violations of Minnesota Environmental Laws.
Minnesota’s Wetland Conservation Act
MPCA Fines Itself
Minnesota Enforcement Spotlight
Lawsuits of the Year:
Waterlogged (as seen in December/January 2005 Minnesota Law & Politics)
by Maura Keller
Court Orders State to Pay Attorney Fees
Choosing An Environmental Consultant
New Laws Encourage Redevelopment of Polluted Land
Responding to a Spill
(as seen in May 2000 Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal)
by Adam Weintraub
David Beats Goliath: Court Orders State to Pay Defendants’ Attorneys Fees
Rollie Gets Rolled (as seen in April 2000 Minnesota Law & Politics) by Tricia Baatz Torrey
Surviving an Inspection
California’s Proposition 65: Without a Product Warning, You May Pay the Price
Material Safety Data Sheets: Road Map To Safety
Confidentiality: How Safe Are Your Secrets?
Equal Access To Justice Acts: Regulatory Relief For Small Business
Environmental Liability and Freedom of Information On The Information Superhighway: New Opportunities and Concerns For Business
Business Owners and Managers Face Liability for Environmental Violations
Audits: One Tool to Limit Environmental Liability
Farmers Should Not Contest Feedlot Inspections (as seen in May 1994 The Land)
by Andrea Jorgenson
Businesses Beware: Criminal Liability Looms for Environmental Offenses
Businesses Beware: Personal Liability Looms for Environmental Offenses, as published in The Hennepin Lawyer, November to December 1992
Equal Access to Justice Act: Attorneys Fees Recovery
State of Minnesota ex rel. Northern Pacific Center, Inc. vs. Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Company, United States District Court, District of Minnesota, 08-CV-6385, Order, Honorable James M. Rosenbaum, United States District Court Judge, dated July 13, 2010.
Current Issues in Storm Water Regulation in Minnesota, September 1, 2010, Bloomington, MN.
Substitute Senate Bill 6749 – Commercial Real Estate–Sellers–Disclosure
Due Diligence at Dawn: Why Vapor Intrusion Matters: An Environmental Attorney’s Perspective
Update to Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) Voluntary Investigation and Cleanup (VIC) Program-Soil Gas as Identified Release in VIC Assurance Letters
A Sewage Blunder Earns Engineer a Criminal Record
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