litigation support Articles

  • Chesapeake Bay Expert analysis and litigation support - case study

    Chesapeake Bay, Maryland The Summary Our experts review reports, analyze state and federal hazardous waste regulations, and provide consulting services and opinions during the course of litigation connected to the cleanup of a former steel mill on Chesapeake Bay. The Client A regional, private-sector ...


    By AlterEcho

  • Mutual fund companies show record high support for climate change shareholder resolutions

    Mutual fund companies are showing stronger interest in climate change and its financial impacts on companies in their vast portfolios, according to new proxy voting data announced today by Ceres, a sustainability advocacy group. During the 2013 proxy season, large mutual fund company support for climate-related shareholder resolutions reached an all-time high 29 percent, up from 27 percent in ...


    By Ceres

  • St. Lawrence Cement

    Greenport, NY. Environmental Permitting. Marc Karell was part of technical team that led efforts to obtain Permits to Construct for a very large, new, controversial cement manufacturing facility in an environmentally-sensitive portion of New York. Marc conducted reviews of regulatory limits and emissions at other cement facilities to develop lowest emission goals; consulted on air permitting and ...


  • RCRA and CERCLA Hazardous Waste Sites - case study

    Expert management oversight and support at polluted sites Nationwide The Summary For more than a quarter-century, we provided a wide range of scientific and regulatory expertise on enforcement, permitting and corrective action at some of the nation's most polluted hazardous waste sites. The Client ...


    By AlterEcho

  • Marzone Superfund Site Remediation

    Marzone Superfund Site Project Description CH2M HILL conducted engineering, procurement, contracting, scientific and analytical support, community relations, and regulatory agency negotiations for Chevron. Through integrated and innovative efforts we remediated 20,000 tons of contaminated soils and impacted groundwater 3 years ahead of schedule. The latest in a long series of owners ...


    By CH2M Hill Companies, Ltd.

  • Environmental forensics: courting science?

    Forensics and hydrology are two terms that may not seem to go together well. To the uninitiated, this combination may evoke images of the crime scene investigation that ensues when some patsy goes into the drink wearing cement overshoes. Rather, the term environmental forensics, essentially the parent discipline of forensic hydrology, has found its way into contemporary parlance owing to ...


    By Hargis + Associates Inc

  • Ninth Circuit Denies EPA Motion for Vacatur, Grants EPA Motion for Remand

    On January 25, 2016, in a significant development in the case involving the continued registration of DowAgrosciences LLC’s (DowAgro) Enlist Duo product, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in Case Nos. 14-73353, et al. (consolidated), denied the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) motion for voluntary vacatur of the Enlist Duo registration, but granted ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • New Jersey Issues Final Energy Master Plan

    After significant delays, New Jersey finally released the State’s 2011 Energy Master Plan. As expected, the plan provides a significant commitment to solar power, but also addresses this year’s dramatic drop in SREC prices. The plan didn’t over incentivize the solar industry, and expands on the energy conservation incentives for existing buildings which is important given that ...

  • Rapid shred retools for niche market success

    In today’s business environment, Predictable Outcomes Rule! And when the task is the secure destruction of their sensitive documents, off-speci"cation product, obsolete computer media, and a myriad of other proprietary materials, companies and institutions demand that every step be under control, transparent and veri"able. Customers for destruction services are challenged both with a ...

  • Risk Assessment/Toxicology Promotes Health and Welfare of Humans and Ecosystems

    Hundreds of regulations protecting the health and welfare of humans and ecosystems impact industrial and legal firms every day. Commonly, these regulations are associated with protecting human health and the environment from risks associated with site cleanup and closure or remediation projects. Other major health risk regulations are derived from Natural Resources Damage Assessment (NRDA), ...


    By AECOM

  • Los Angeles Collection System Agreement: a Win-Win Partnership & Success Story

    ABSTRACT During February 1998, the wettest February in Los Angeles’ history, sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs) occurred in a number of communities with the majority occurring in the Eagle Rock and South Los Angeles areas. In response to these SSOs, the Santa Monica Baykeeper (BayKeeper) filed a Federal lawsuit against the City asking for injunctive relief due to the SSOs. In January 2001, the ...

  • Paint and Coatings Industry : Review Of Regulatory, Technological, Economic, Demographic, And Social Trends in New Report

    ReportsnReports.com adds report Paint and Coatings Market Consolidation: Who will not survive? to its store. This new report provides analysis of the global paint and coatings market outlook, as well as supplier strategies, marketing tactics, and technological know-how. Will the industry consolidate, decentralize, or undergo a bimodal transformation? ...


  • Worldwide Animal Health Market Leading Companies : Strategic Directions, Tactics & Technological Know-How

    ReportsnReports.com adds report Animal Health Market Consolidation: Who will not survive?  to its store. This new report analyzes strategies, marketing tactics and technological know-how of the world's leading animal health companies, including: Will the industry consolidate, decentralize, or undergo a bimodal transformation? ...

  • New Report on MTBE and the Requirements for Uderground Storage Tank Construction and Operation in EU Member States

    Increasing environmental concern over the last decade regarding pollution of water has led to significant revisions in environmental regulations. One pollutant in particular – methyl-tertiary-butyl-ether (MTBE) – has been responsible for significant litigation in the USA after several reported incidents of groundwater contamination caused by leaking gasoline Underground Storage Tanks. Subsequent ...


    By Arthur D. Little

  • Absestos Firm Pins Hope to an RV off eBay

    On weekends, or whenever Simona Farrise finds time, she likes to go bargain-hunting on eBay and at garage sales near her home in the Oakland hills. She once picked up a 60-year-old occupational safety manual, a document the lawyer later used in civil trials to show that American auto companies long ago knew—or should have known—about health hazards caused by asbestos exposure. Farrise paid 50 ...

  • EPA Issues FIFRA SAP Minutes on EPA Proposal to Use Biomonitoring Data to Derive a PoD for Chlorpyrifos

    On July 20, 2016, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a memorandum attaching minutes from the April 19-21, 2016, FIFRA Scientific Advisory Panel (SAP) meeting, Transmittal of Meeting Minutes of the April 19-21, 2016 Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • On-site elemental analysis of drywall with the Thermo Scientific Niton XL3t series XRF analyzer

    Application Reports of headaches, nosebleeds, central nervous system disorders, and other serious health effects have been reported from those exposed to compounds emitted from Chinese drywall (CDW). Additionally, surface corrosion of metal objects, including jewelry, decorative plumbing fixtures, HVAC coils, and electrical wires have resulted in cosmetic and mechanical damages. These ...

  • U.S. EPA Propses Revisions to Ozone NAAQS

    In May 2008, states, environmental groups, and industry groups filed petitions with the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals (Court) for review of the 2008 ozone standards.  In March 2009, the Court granted a U.S. EPA request to stay the litigation so that the Obama administration could review the standards and determine whether they should be reconsidered. On September 16, 2009, U.S. EPA announced ...


    By All4 Inc.

  • An updated response to EEI’s timeline of environmental regulations

    This fact sheet updates the analysis done in our earlier response to EEI’s timeline of environmental regulations. EPA remains on track in issuing rules that provide a path to a cleaner power fleet. After years of delay, the U.S. Environmental ...

  • Asbestos management goes digital - Mobile solutions for asbestos tracking

    Compliance with new regulations is nearly impossible using only paper-based systems, especially for owners of large numbers of buildings. A critical component of any asbestos management strategy is the effective application of technology – but selection and implementation of systems can mean a large investment of both time and money. The objective of this article is to provide an explanation of ...


    By Basebridge.com Limited

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