Madeleine Boyer Kadas

Beveridge & Diamond PC

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Recent and Forthcoming Environmental Rules and Guidance Could Be Reversed Under Congressional Review Act: Three Steps for Stakeholders to Consider

USA - August 27 2020 If Joe Biden is elected President, and the Democrats win control of both the House and Senate, the new Administration could potentially use the...

James M. Auslander, David M. Friedland, John C. Cruden, Allyn Stern, Jack Zietman, Jose Almanzar.

EPA Publishes MON RTR, But Delays Responding to Comments on Its Controversial Risk Assessment for Ethylene Oxide

USA - August 12 2020 On August 12, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published the final “residual risk and technology” (RTR) rule for the...

David M. Friedland, Laura K. McAfee, Matthew D. Schneider, Evynn M. Overton, Robert Brager.

Colombia Proposes New Chemical Regulatory Framework, Comments Due July 31, 2020

Colombia - July 21 2020 Late last week four Colombian agenciesincluding the ministries of health (Ministerio de Salud y Protección Social), labor (Ministerio del Trabajo)...

Russell N. Fraker, Miriam Mazza.

EPA Lifting COVID-19-Related Enforcement Discretion Policy on August 31

USA - July 2 2020 On August 31, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will terminate its March 26, 2020 policy that provided enforcement discretion for...

Pamela D. Marks, Allyn Stern.

EPA Weighs Lifting COVID-19-Related Enforcement Discretion Policy

USA - June 26 2020 EPA has recently confirmed that it is reviewing its March 26, 2020 guidance that provided enforcement discretion for certain types of violations due...

Pamela D. Marks, Allyn Stern.