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Four phone calls about the Clean Air Act that lawyers should be able to handle By Eric E. Boyd Environmental Law, June 2003 It is almost five o'clock, and you receive a call from your client with a Clean Air Act question.
Recent Clean Air Act developments By Eric E. Boyd Environmental Law, June 2003 After two and a half years of litigation, the U.S. EPA recently issued Guidance on the Definition of Federally Permitted Releases for Certain Air Emissions.
Environmental alert—Can you handle basic emergency calls from your client company? By Eric E. Boyd Corporate Law Departments, March 2003 It's almost five o'clock, and you receive a call from your client with a Clean Air Act question.
D.C. circuit strikes down U.S. EPA’s periodic monitoring guidance By Eric E. Boyd Corporate Law Departments, October 2000 In Appalachian Power Company, et al. v. EPA, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit struck down the U.S. EPA's periodic monitoring guidance. The court found that the Agency promulgated the guidance without following proper rulemaking requirements.

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