A review of the environmental cases decided by the Pennsylvania appellate courts last year follows.  Please forgive any omissions of cases or detail in this catalogue.  Many of these cases
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You are invited to listen to the latest episode of Greenberg Traurig’s E2 Law Podcast, “The New Environmental Rights Amendment to the NY Constitution.”

In the first episode
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Last week, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court issued an unreported opinion in an eminent domain case of potential interest in anticipation of an infusion of federal funding for infrastructure development. Montgomery
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This is an update to a 2019 post.

Section 1113 of the Pennsylvania Hazardous Sites Cleanup Act (“HSCA”), 35 Pa. Stat. Ann. § 6020.1113, authorizes settlements of responsible parties’
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Jillian Kirn is quoted in a March 4 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette article titled “A scrappy solar developer took utility regulators to court. And won.”

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Last month, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court reiterated its general view of the Environmental Rights Amendment, Article I, Section 27, of the Pennsylvania Constitution. That court seems to believe that executive
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