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The View From The Pacific Northwest: What to Watch in Environmental Law and Policy Post-Inauguration, Part 3

Posted in Cleanup & Superfund, Fish Consumption, Natural Resources and Environment, Regulatory

Note: this is part 3 of 3 in my series of how the new administration may impact environmental law and policy in the Pacific Northwest. For background, please see Part 1 and Part 2. Sediment Cleanup Sites Things are moving quickly with the new administration. Since publishing Part 1 of this series on Monday, the… Continue Reading

New Bedford Harbor Superfund: “Eye-Popping” Cost Reopener and Implications for the Duwamish and Portland Harbor

Posted in Cleanup & Superfund, Emerging Policy

If you missed the update from Robert Sanoff over at Foley Hoag’s Law and the Environment Blog, on the New Bedford cost reopener leading to a $366 million settlement, it is worth the read simply because Mr. Sanoff gets points for incorporating a Godfather line and clip (even if it was the third Godfather movie). In a nutshell, one… Continue Reading