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United States Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) EPA’s Proposed Definition for Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (“PFAS”) in Draft Fifth Contaminant Candidate List (“CCL 5”). EPA’s Science Advisory Board (“SAB”) has raised concerns about the narrow definition of PFAS in the draft… Read More
SCOTUS ADOPTS “MAJOR-QUESTION DOCTRINE” TO OVERTURN EPA CLEAN POWER PLAN. Is this a preview of things to come in the next term when SCOTUS takes up WOTUS again? The Supreme Court this morning issued its decision in West Virginia v. Read More
Lloyd Gosselink is pleased to announce the four law students selected to take part in the first half of our Summer 2022 Law Clerk Program!
Lloyd Gosselink is pleased to announce the four distinguished law students selected to take part in the first part of our Summer 2022 Law Clerk Program! This summer, in addition to veteran law clerk, Lauren Alexander-Bachelder, we are excited to… Read More
by Sara R. Thornton If you follow developments in environmental regulation, you know a day rarely passes without some news story on the regulation of per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances—or generally known as PFAS. To address growing concerns for PFAS contamination,… Read More
by Nathan E. Vassar and Jessie M. Spears As many state and federal agencies are returning to practices and operations more akin to those experienced before March 2020, it is an optimal time to highlight one of the most important… Read More