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After <i>Tennessee Valley Authority v. Whitman</i>: Should Courts Be More Receptive to Preenforcement Review of EPA Administrative Orders?

Editors' Summary: Administrative orders are one of the most potent enforcement mechanisms that EPA has at its disposal. Yet the vast majority of courts, under a variety of federal environmental statutes, has held that there is no...

Eastern Enterprises v. Apfel and the Retroactive Application of CERCLA

Editors' Summary: In this Dialogue, counsel for Alcan Aluminum Corporation argues that the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Eastern Enterprises v. Apfel has dramatic implications for CERCLA, particularly with regard to the...

Preenforcement, Preimplementation, and Postcompletion Preclusion of Judicial Review Under CERCLA

Editors' Summary: CERCLA § 113(h) sets forth limits on the timing for review in federal courts of EPA hazardous waste removal and remedial actions. To prevent delays in cleaning up hazardous waste sites, EPA and the courts have...