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Ninth Circuit Revisits Its Interpretation of “Waters of the United States” under the Clean Water Act in Affirming a Criminal Conviction for Wetlands Violations

USA - December 15 2017 The Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld the conviction of Joseph Robertson for wetlands violations under the federal Clean Water Act. The…

Brendan P. McHugh.

Re-gifted: the residential construction fall protection standard will once again serve as the measure of compliance now that OSHA has rescinded its Interim Fall Protection Compliance Guidelines

USA - October 31 2011 With an apparent indifference to one of the worst housing markets in recent decades, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) recently breathed new life into an effectively dormant rule that undoubtedly has the potential to increase costs and slow production rates for the already struggling residential construction industry.

Re-gifted: the residential Construction Fall Protection Standard will once again serve as the measure of compliance now that OSHA has rescinded its Interim Fall Protection Compliance Guidelines

USA - January 11 2011 With an apparent indifference to one of the worst housing markets in recent decades, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently breathed new life into an effectively dormant rule that undoubtedly has the potential to increase costs and slow production rates for the already struggling residential construction industry.

Time to get ready: New Jersey deadline for public notice of site remediation looms

USA - March 25 2009 Are you working on a remediation project that started prior to September 2, 2008, at a contaminated site in New Jersey?

Joseph N. Schmidt, Jr.