Wiley Environmental Law Update 1998

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Aspen Law & Business, Jun 22, 1998 - Law - 448 pages
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The 1998 Wiley Environmental Law Update provides an in-depth survey of the most important issues shaping environmental law and practice today. Comprised of 12 chapters -- each written by a leading expert in environmental law, compliance, public policy, or litigation -- the 1998 Update brings you up-to-date with a wide range of significant developments examining major federal programs, important state initiatives, new court decisions from around the nation, and emerging issues in enforcement, insurance, health and safety, and public policy related environmental law. The 1998 Update provides an excellent framework for understanding the current state of the law, and preparing for emerging trend in these areas of national importance: the Clean Air Act Update the Clean Water Act Resource Conservation and Recovery Act the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act In addition, separate chapters provide the latest research and expert analysis in these emerging areas: Natural resources damages - the new wave of environmental liability the brownfields problem Environmental lawyers of all levels of experience will find valuable insights, time-saving legal research, and relevant practice tips in this widely respected and eagerly anticipated annual survey.

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