Tag Archives: environmental compliance

EPA to Defer to States on Enforcement

In our 2018 outlook, we told you about the trend towards cooperative federalism—EPA’s plan to “rebalance the power between Washington and the states to create tangible environmental results for the American people.” Early in 2018, EPA has already taken steps towards putting cooperative federalism into practice. At the end of January, EPA Assistant Administrator for the … Continue Reading

Are You Buying or Selling? Environmental Due Diligence in a Stock Sale

 * The Manufacturing Law Blog provides timely commentary on issues of importance to manufacturers and distributors.  Contributors from the law firm of Robinson & Cole LLP are corporate compliance and litigation attorney, Jeff White ; environmental, health and safety attorney, Pam Elkow;  and labor and employment attorney, Nicole Bernabo.  Way back when, before the world as we know … Continue Reading
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