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Constant Vigilance: Why Environmental Criminal Enforcement Still Matters

Jillian Kirn authored an article titled “Constant Vigilance: Why Environmental Criminal Enforcement Still Matters” in The Legal Intelligencer. According to Syracuse University’s Transactional Records Access Clearing House (TRAC), federal prosecutions for environmental crimes are down 40 percent from 2013 levels. Still, despite these recent declines, environmental criminal enforcement remains a potent regulatory tool. To read the … Continue Reading

GT’s Environmental Practice Authors 2018 Chambers Environmental Law Global Practice Guide

Greenberg Traurig’s Environmental Practice was selected to write the 2018 Chambers Environmental Law Global Practice Guide. The Practice Guide explores key topics facing the environmental sector including the regulatory landscape, enforcement, licensing and permitting, corporate, personal, and lender liability, climate change, and many other issues currently challenging the industry. To access the Practice Guide, please … Continue Reading

Stormwater in New England: When It Rains, It Pours

Last week was a busy week for federal stormwater regulators in New England, with the announcement that three separate stormwater-related enforcement cases had been settled.  Two of these cases involved municipal sewer systems operated by Boston and Gloucester and the third involved a horse race track that the regulators determined was a concentrated animal feeding … Continue Reading
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