Entries from Envirosphere tagged with 'CAA'

NY Environmental Enforcement Update September 2014, Vol. 1 #21

By Michael J. Lesser, Environmental Law Section, NYSBA © 2014 Editorial Note: This Update introduces a new section: Energy Enforcement and Regulation. The increased federal, state and local involvement in the mining, processing, transportation and storage of fossil fuels is...

NY Environmental Enforcement Update August 2014, Vol. 1, #20

By Michael J. Lesser, Environmental Law Section, NYSBA © 2014 Enforcement News NY Law Combats Illegal Ivory Trade Governor Cuomo signed a new law to combat the illegal ivory trade. The law bans the sale of elephant ivory and rhinoceros...

NY Environmental Enforcement Update June 2014, #18

By Michael J. Lesser, Environmental Law Section, NYSBA © 2014 Enforcement News EPA Fines US Department of Energy for Nuke Releases The DOE paid a $155,000 fine for twice allowing radiation to escape into the air during the cleanup of...

NY Environmental Enforcement Update April 2014, #16

By Michael J. Lesser, Environmental Law Section, NYSBA © 2014 Enforcement News US Supreme Ct. Upholds EPA Interstate Air Pollution Regulation The Supreme Court reversed the ruling of the Court of Appeals, and upheld the Clean Air Act's "good-neighbor" provision...

NY Environmental Enforcement Update November 2013, #11

By Michael J. Lesser, Environmental Law Section, NYSBA © 2013 Enforcement News for November AG Recovers Eight Million Dollars for Oil Spill Fund Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced an $8.05 million settlement with ExxonMobil Oil Corporation, which will reimburse...

NY Environmental Enforcement Update September 2013, #9

By Michael J. Lesser, Environmental Law Section, NYSBA © 2013 Environmental Enforcement News $5 Billion Environmental Bond Act Backed by Sen. Mark Grisanti and Assem. Robert Sweeney Sen. Mark Grisanti and Assem. Robert Sweeney, the Environment Committee Chairs of the...

NY Environmental Section Enforcement Update June 2013, #6

By Michael J. Lesser, Environmental Section, NYSBA © 2013 Enforcement News Sewage, Sewage Everywhere Despite previous enforcement and significant fines, aging sewage treatment infrastructure and lots of rain makes some sewage overflows seemingly inevitable. Once again, Rensselaer County is the...

NY Environmental Section Enforcement Update March 2013, #3

By Michael J. Lesser, Environmental Section, NYSBA © 2013This Month of March 2013, certainly roared in like an enforcement lion with a significant federal court CAA and RCRA enforcement jury verdict, a major federal CERCLA settlement and two significant 6...

NY Environmental Section Enforcement Update February 2013

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