CERCLA Claims Against Environmental Contractor Allowed To Proceed

By Steven M. Siros, Partner, Jenner & Block A federal district court refused to dismiss a lawsuit alleging CERCLA liability on the part of several environmental contractors that performed an environmental assessment and cleanup of a contaminated property. In Bancorpsouth Bank v. Environmental...

Superfund Site Reopened to Address Vapor Intrusion Issues

By Steven M. Siros, Partner, Jenner & Block In 1992, a consent decree was entered into between U.S. EPA and two PRPs to address contamination at an NPL site in Mountain View, California. In June 2001, U.S. EPA certified completion of remediation activities per the 1992 consent agreement. Almost...

Jenner & Block: Environmental Contractor Unable to Ditch CERCLA Claims

By Steven M. Siros, Partner, Jenner & Block On September 4, 2012, a federal judge in New Jersey denied Arcadis U.S. Inc.'s ("Arcadis") request for summary judgment in a CERCLA lawsuit relating to the disposal of contaminated concrete from a demolished Ford Motor Company assembly...