Darlene Marsh

Darlene Marsh

Burr & Forman

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Leading The Charge On Climate Change

Just as Mary Hatch and George Bailey listened to Sam Wainwright’s “chance of a lifetime offer” in the holiday classic, It’s a Wonderful Life; newly installed EPA Administrator, Gina McCarthy’s Harvard audience listened as she...more

8/7/2013 - Climate Action Plan Climate Change EPA Gina McCarthy Global Warming

TDEC Grant Program Encourages Green Projects For Municipalities

The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation is once again partnering with the Tennessee Stormwater Association, the Tennessee Valley Authority and the Tennessee Department of Transportation to offer grants to...more

7/9/2013 - Conservation Energy Efficiency Green Buildings Green Energy Green Technology Infrastructure Renewable Energy

No Permit Required For Timber Harvesting

The U. S. Supreme Court’s March 20, 2013, decision in Decker v. Northwest Environmental Defense Center is good news for the logging industry. The Clean Water Act (Act) and EPA’s Silvicultural Rule (Regulation) do not require...more

4/5/2013 - Clean Water Act Discharge of Pollutants EPA Georgia Pacific Logging NPDES SCOTUS Storm Water

EPA Permitting Regulations Vacated—Project Delays Expected

The recent decision in Sierra Club v. EPA, 705 F.3d 458 (D.C. Cir. 2013) vacated all of EPA’s rules on Significant Monitoring Concentrations (“SMCs”), as well as some (the Prevention of Significant Deterioration (“PSD”)...more

3/29/2013 - Air Pollution Clean Air Act EPA NAAQS PSD SILs SIP SMCs

Stormwater Permitting For Tennessee Projects

In Tennessee, permits under the state’s National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System program are required for construction sites and related support activities to avoid pollution from stormwater runoff. Specifically, a...more

2/15/2013 - Erosion NPDES Permits Sediment Control Storm Water Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan TDEC

Burr Alert: Is “Materially Less” The Same As “Grossly Inadequate”?

Tennessee was one of many states jumping on the debtor protection bandwagon following disclosures of lender misconduct in the wake of the 2007 real estate market collapse. The legislative solution crafted into Tenn. Code Ann....more

12/27/2012 - Bids Foreclosure Lenders Mortgages Rebuttable Presumptions

Impact Of The Fukushima Disaster On Nuclear Power Development In Tennessee

On March 11, 2011, an earthquake and tsunami struck northeastern Japan causing widespread destruction and loss of life, as well as significant damage to the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power facility. As a result of the...more

12/7/2012 - Nuclear Power Nuclear Regulatory Commission

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