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Patricia L. Boye-Williams

Murtha Cullina LLP

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Protecting Lenders from Environmental Liability for Foreclosed Properties

USA - November 1 2016 Readers may recall an earlier blog post regarding a bank’s potential liability for damage to private property caused by a tree falling onto a...

Environmental Issues that Arise in Retail and Other Commercial Businesses

USA - August 9 2017 Owners, lessors, lessees, and developers of retail and other commercial properties are often unaware of the scope of environmental laws that apply to...

Transfer Act for Lenders

USA - January 26 2017 A previous blog post addressed lender liability for environmental conditions on property a lender might acquire as a result of foreclosure. Another...

Ensuring “Universal Wastes” are Handled Correctly to Avoid Penalties

USA - April 4 2018 Share Spent fluorescent bulbs, used batteries, old thermostats: all of these wastes contain materials that could be considered hazardous waste and...