Posts in Environmental Liability.

Like other requirements, environmental regulations apply to medicinal and recreational cannabis businesses too.

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Underground storage tank owners and operators can apply for funds to help pay cleanup costs for release of materials into environment.

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The corporate liability shield may not protect individual shareholders, owners or executives in certain environmental exposure situations.

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Detroit regional water system deal punctuates the need for regional cooperation and infrastructure investment, here and across the United States.

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Michigan Court of Appeals upholds substantial civil penalty award against owner and operators of leaking underground storage tanks for failure to complete closure activities.

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While the Supreme Court trimmed a little of EPA’s ability to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from stationary sources, it left in place EPA’s authority to do so.

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Michigan bills allow reuse of byproducts from incinerated coal and municipal waste in landfills, fertilizer, building materials, among other uses

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State statutes of repose can bar environmental tort claims from proceeding even if contamination goes undiscovered for decades.

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While the federal Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Code allows for such well known measures as payment of creditors on a priority basis, it also addresses other obligations, including the payment of environmental costs incurred while the entity proceeds through bankruptcy.

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