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Jenner & Block: DOJ Not Required To Produce Interagency Memorandum in CERCLA Case
Posted on 28 Mar 2013 by Steven M. Siros

A recent Seventh Circuit decision rejected a PRP's efforts to obtain interagency memorandum and other communications between the Environmental Enforcement and the Environmental Defense Sections within the United States Department of Justice ("DOJ"... Read More

Tenants Might Breathe a Little Easier
Posted on 12 Mar 2013 by Williams Mullen

By William A. Anderson, II In new guidance, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has expanded the classes of tenants that, in the exercise of its enforcement discretion, it may consider Bona Fide Prospective Purchasers (BFPPs) on a site-specific... Read More

  • Blog Post: Tenants Might Breathe a Little Easier

    By William A. Anderson, II In new guidance, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has expanded the classes of tenants that, in the exercise of its enforcement discretion, it may consider Bona Fide Prospective Purchasers (BFPPs) on a site-specific basis. See "Revised Enforcement Guidance Regarding...
  • Blog Post: Jenner & Block: DOJ Not Required To Produce Interagency Memorandum in CERCLA Case

    A recent Seventh Circuit decision rejected a PRP's efforts to obtain interagency memorandum and other communications between the Environmental Enforcement and the Environmental Defense Sections within the United States Department of Justice ("DOJ"). See Menasha Corp. et al. v. United States...