Environmental Law

December 2001, Volume 80, No. 12

Business Problems & Planning--Enforcing Non-Competes, Ten lessons from the litigator
by Carey A. DeWitt

Crossing the Bar--Storytelling to Inspire Law Students
by Lawrence Dubin

An Outdoorsman and the Law
by Naseem Stecker

President's Page--Do Well But Do Good
by Bruce W. Neckers

Viewpoints--Let's Talk Specifics
by John T. Berry

by Thomas Haggard


Brownfield Revitalization: How to maximize financial incentives when acquiring brownfields
by Richard A. Barr and John V. Byl

Taking Due Care: How much care is due from a nonliable owner under CERCLA and Part 201?
by Chris Dunsky

Environmental Law Introduction

Environmental Justice: The environmental justice movement is working to prevent racial and social discrimination in an environmental context.
by Alma Lowry and Tom Stephens

Great Lakes Water: Michigan needs a comprehensive water diversion and use law to address the looming world water crisis, threatened privatization, and low water levels.
by James M. Olson

Criminal Enforcement of Environmental Law: Stepping up crime prosecutions is crucial in the fight against environmental law violators.
by Charles R. Toy and A. Michael Leffler



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