Month: December 2019

Massachusetts Announces Waste Site Clean Up as well as Drinking Water Standards for Six PFAS “Forever” Chemical Compounds – Update from McGregor & Legere, P.C.

Nathaniel Stevens, Esq. On December 13, 2019, the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (“MassDEP”) announced final as well as proposed regulations to address Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances or “PFAS”, a …

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Federal District Court Rules that the Clean Water Act Does Not Require a Permit for Discharges to Groundwater – Update from McGregor & Legere, P.C.

Luke H. Legere No permit is required under the federal Clean Water Act (CWA) for the discharge of pollutants to groundwater that is hydrologically connected to navigable waters of the …

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Corps’ Calculated Planning to Impound Floodwater on Private Property Sinks U.S. Government’s Defenses to Flood Damages from Harvey – Update from PPGMR Law

On December 17, the Federal Circuit handed down a significant decision that finds the Government liable for damages to Tropical Storm Harvey flood victims in the Houston area. In Re …

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