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Lawsuit Seeks To Compel U.S. EPA Disclosure Of Pesticide Inert Ingredients
Posted on 3 Apr 2014 by Steven M. Siros

By: Steven M. Siros On March 5, 2014, several environmental groups filed a lawsuit against U.S. EPA seeking to compel the public disclosure of "inert" ingredients in pesticide products. Under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide... Read More

Preparing for Exit: Will Your Environmental Liability Disclosures Comfort a Buyer?
Posted on 24 Dec 2013 by Foley & Lardner LLP

The following post is provided by our guest author, Graham Crockford from TRC Environmental Corporation. Graham can be reached at gcrockford@trcsolutions.com . Our firm is often retained to assist companies evaluate environmental risk/liabilities during... Read More

Ceres and a Series of Serious Thoughts About the NAIC Climate Disclosures - A Three Part Series
Posted on 24 Oct 2011 by J. Wylie Donald

Ceres released last month the first analysis of the insurer climate change disclosures submitted to state regulators pursuant to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners rule. The report is eye-opening. The authors have combed through the disclosures... Read More

Governor Brown says he wants to reform Proposition 65, but where's the beef?
Posted on 20 May 2013 by Thomas H. Clarke, Jr.

Governor Brown has announced he intends to reform California's Proposition 65. However, no detailed legislative language has been proposed, only an announcement about the California Environmental Protection Agency (the parent of the Office of Environmental... Read More