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The Office of Inspector General is an independent office within the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that assists the agency in accomplishing its goals more efficiently. OIG conducts audits, investigations and...more
Corporate social responsibility (“CSR”) may have its roots in voluntary efforts by businesses to address their broader impacts on society, but the trend towards CSR becoming mandatory advanced significantly this week under a...more
Small Business Fire and Emergency Precautions: Tips for Before and After a Disaster
by Charles A. Yuen on October 7, 2013
For any New York or New Jersey small business owner, watching the devastation at the Seaside Park...more
Regulators Urge Businesses to Improve Business Continuity Plans in Wake of Superstorm Sandy
by Dennis C. Linken on September 26, 2013
Superstorm Sandy wreaked havoc on financial firms located in New York and New Jersey,...more
The Equator Principles (EP) is a risk management framework, adopted by financial institutions, for determining, assessing and managing environmental and social risk. EP applies globally to all industry sectors and covers...more
On May 23, the State Department announced that the Office of Management and Budget approved the final Burma Responsible Investment Reporting Requirements....more
In the last 10 years, the Equator Principles or EPs have emerged as the industry standard for financial institutions to assess social and environmental risk in the project finance market. The EPs — which are based on the...more
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In a highly-anticipated decision involving two sets of consolidated contest proceedings, the Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission has affirmed a May 2011 ALJ order that upheld a broad interpretation of MSHA’s...more
Published on the National Business Institute Continuing Legal Education (CLE) website as an installment in Michael Kaiser's Animal-Law blog. http://cleblog.nbi-sems.com/2012/07/legal-personhood-for-animals/ ...more
Score One For Property Rights Advocates
Massachusetts has the well-deserved reputation of being one of the most challenging states to permit a new housing development due to its myriad of rules, regulations and zoning...more
A landlord association challenged by a hybrid Article 78 and Declaratory Judgment action a Village of Brockport, New York local law, LL8-2008, which requires landlords to register their properties with the code enforcement...more
Issues: automatic approval of zoning permits; public trust....more
Yesterday, on behalf of the Land Use Research Foundation of Hawaii, we filed this brief amicus curiae in the U.S. Supreme Court in Maunalua Bay Beach Ohana 28 v. Hawaii, No. 10-331 (cert. petition filed Sep. 7, 2010).
This brief was filed to support the application for writ of certiorari which asks the Hawaii Supreme Court to review the decision of the Hawaii Intermediate Court of Appeals in Maunalua Bay Beach Ohana 28 v. State of Hawaii,...more
Yesterday, we filed this motion for leave to file brief amicus curiae and a copy of the proposed brief in support of the application for writ of certiorari which asks the Hawaii Supreme Court to review the decision of the...more
Do judges “make” law, and do courts “take” property when they
change it? These questions, and others, are now before the U.S. Supreme Court in a Florida case to be argued in December.
In Stop the Beach Renourishment, Inc....more
Environmental disasters have plagued China through time immemorial, from earthquakes, floods, and droughts to air and water pollution, desertification, and biodiversity loss. The Yellow River flooded in 1931, killing 1...more
Complaint filed with the Federal Highway Administration regarding a project to turn a six mile section of US 290 into a toll road...more
Nationally, we are seeing a surge in employment discrimination claims, including age, gender, pregnancy and disability claims. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) saw the highest increase in discrimination...more
Application for restraining the respondent number 1 to 5 from unmindful cutting of trees and direction to restraint respondent number 1 from giving permission or deemed permission to cut trees to anyone. And also application...more
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Written for the Seattle University School of Law Environmental Law Society's journal "Perspectives." Issue Three Spring 2006, pgs. 5-7. ...more
This is the Final Judgment entered in a dispute regarding beach access points. ...more
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