Superfund and Natural Resource Damages Litigation
The American Bar Association’s 2018 Year in Review Chapter for Superfund and Natural Resources Damages Litigation is posted here, summarizing key cases and legislative developments under the Superfund law for environmental practitioners. Key developments include rule changes for reporting releases of agricultural emissions, claims against government contractors for problems during cleanups, medical monitoring claims arising from superfund sites, and developments related to financial assurance requirements for ongoing operations. Russ Randle, principal here at Miles & Stockbridge, prepared this chapter together with John Barkett of Shook, Hardy & Bacon.
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