Environmental Litigation: Law and Strategy
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The scope of what qualifies as environmental litigation is huge, covering a complex array of federal and state statutes, hundreds of common-law rules, and thousands of pages of regulations. Furthermore, this area of litigation is growing at a tremendous pace as a result of evolving issues such as climate change litigation and as practitioners deal with the increasing number of environmental cases decided by the Supreme Court.
This updated and fully revised second edition of Environmental Litigation: Law and Strategy provides experienced guidance on the most critical areas in this rapidly-changing area of the law. The book’s focus is on how environmental issues are addressed and resolved through litigation. Including extensive citations to statutes and regulatory programs cited, the book is organized around environmental topics--civil enforcement, criminal enforcement, citizen suits, and so on--rather than specific statutes or regulations. Environmental litigation requires an impressive array of substantive expertise, and contributors are drawn from a variety of settings, including academia, government, and private practice.
The book examines some of the most critical litigation topics, including:
- High-level overview of federal and state agency regulatory actions, and litigation challenging them, which are the key drivers of the country's environmental law and policy
- Practical advice concerning litigation of government enforcement matters in both the civil and criminal context
- Issues in specialized areas of environmental litigation, including CERCLA cost recovery and damages, citizen suites, toxic torts, pesticides and FIFRA, natural resource damages, and insurance recovery. and more
Environmental Litigation: Law and Strategy features a comprehensive table of cases, topical index, and extensive notes that accompany each chapter.
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