February 2011 Environmental Newsletter

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The first case addresses the timeliness and enforceability of EPA’s increasing volume requirements for fuels and fuel additives. The second case deals with claim-splitting in the environmental context and its impact on a CERCLA 113(b) claim. The third and final case concerns FERC’s discretion when analyzing competing expert claims of environmental impact.

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