A New Budget, a New EPA Administrator, and New Uncertainty for Superfund Cleanups


When Scott Pruitt took over the post as Administrator of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), he made it clear that one of his top priorities was to expedite cleanups at contaminated sites across the country.
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Update - Environmental and Energy Policy Round-Up: Status of Regulations and Key Decisions under the New Administration


As the environmental and energy regulatory landscape under the new Administration continues to shift, we want to keep our clients up to speed, as many of these policy changes may directly or indirectly impact your businesses.
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Cyber Security Alert: May 12, 2017 RANSOMWARE Attack


Last Friday, May 12, 2017, a world-wide ransomware attack was launched using the WannaCrypt, a.k.a, WannaCry, ransomware program in “phishing” emails and through the EternalBlue network software exploit to infect Microsoft Windows systems.
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Status of Distributed Generation in Maryland and the District of Columbia


Over the last several years, significant strides have been made to advance the development and implementation of distributed energy generation resources in the mid-Atlantic region.
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Environmental and Energy Policy Round-Up: Status of Regulations and Key Decisions under the New Administration


There has been much discussion lately regarding the new Administration’s efforts to review and possibly “roll-back” several environmental and energy-related regulations issued by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Department of Interior (DOI), and other federal agencies, as well as to reverse key decisions made during President Obama’s tenure.
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