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Environmental litigation: law and strategy

by Cary Perlman. American Bar Association. 2009.
580 pages.

The scope of what qualifies as "environmental litigation" is huge, covering a complex array of federal and state statutes, hundreds of common-law rules, and thousands of pages of regulations and increasing number of environmental cases. This text provides guidance on the most critical areas in this rapidly-changing area of the law including: litigation of government enforcement matters; citizen-suit provisions; toxic tort litigation; pesticides regulated under FIFRA and FFDCA; CERCLA litigation; natural resource damages law; insurance as an important potential source of recovery for environmental liabilities; and the growing importance for environmental lawyers to add to their expertise the constitutional features of judicial review, congressional authority, federalism, and individual rights.

Call number: KF 8925 E5 E583
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