Section Newsletter Articles on Clean Water Act

Part one: Summaries of three U.S. Supreme Court cases interpreting the term “navigable waters” in the Clean Water Act By Christopher B. Grubb Environmental Law, June 2015 Part One in this two-part series that examines the controversy over the scope of “navigable waters” and the “Waters of the United States” for purposes of the Clean Water Act and wetland permitting.
Unanimous Supreme Court allows pre-enforcement review under Clean Water Act By Raymond T. Reott Environmental Law, April 2012 A discussion of the recent case of Sackett v. EPA.
Supreme Court 2008 term: Several environmental rulings on standing and the Clean Water Act By Becky J. Schanz Environmental Law, July 2009 Summaries of the three environmental law cases issued by the Supreme Court during its 2008 term.
Guidance from above By Raymond T. Reott Environmental Law, October 2007 In a recent decision, the Supreme Court clarified several issues under the Clean Water Act’s NPDES program as well as the Endangered Species Act and general issues related to agency action of all types.
Early warning or too late: New development ordinances are in your future By Frank M. Grenard Corporate Law Departments, August 2006   While there are a number of requirements and volumes of regulations, the ones that this article intends to address are those which mandate the MS4s to enact ordinances which have an impact on property development and use.