The newsletter of the ISBA’s Section on Environmental Law
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Newsletter articles from 2008
Illinois EPA submits indoor air quality proposal
As has been discussed for some time, Illinois EPA recently submitted a proposed rulemaking to the Illinois Pollution Control Board on the topic of adding indoor air quality limitations to the Tiered Approach to Corrective Action Objectives (“TACO”) system.
Insurance coverage for bankruptcy claims
When a company is in bankruptcy, the rules for pursuing environmental claims often drive governmental agencies and other parties to assert claims against the bankrupt entity.
The following is a brief review of environmental-related legislation signed into law in 2007.
Part One: Federal Administrative Environmental Law - Rulemaking
Editor’s Note: In this issue, we are presenting the first of a two part series on Federal Administrative Law by Bert Frey, Deputy Regional Counsel for Region 5 of United States Environmental Protection Agency and Nicole Wood from Bert’s staff in the Regional Counsel office.
Regulatory developments in 2007
The Illinois Pollution Control Board (“Board”) was created by the Illinois Environmental Protection Act (“Act”) and is responsible under that Act for adopting many of the environmental regulations at force in the State of Illinois.