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Federal Lands Legal Consortium v. United States

The court holds that the U.S. Forest Service's modification of the terms and conditions of grazing permits for the Gila and Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests did not deprive permit holders of procedural due process under the Fifth...

United States v. Armstrong

The court affirms the criminal convictions of two tour boat operators for violating the National Park Service (NPS) regulation that prohibits the solicitation of business without a permit in Minnesota's Voyageurs National Park (VNP)....

United States v. Alcan Aluminum Corp.

The court holds that the retroactive application of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) to impose liability against a company for response costs incurred at a hazardous waste site in New...

Fiore v. White

The court holds that the U.S. Constitution does not mandate retroactive application of a Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision to a waste disposal company owner who was convicted under state law for operating a hazardous waste facility...

Red River Serv. Corp. v. Minot, City of

The court holds that a city's refusal to allow a waste transport company to dispose of solid waste from a military base in the city's landfill did not violate the U.S. Constitution's Commerce Clause. The court first holds that the city'...

Strahan v. Coxe

The court vacates part of an injunction requiring state environmental agency officials to apply for a permit under the Marine Mammal Protection Act (MMPA) for takings caused by the agency's permitting and licensing operations, but...

Bituminous Materials, Inc. v. Rice County

The court holds that restrictions on a road paving contractor's land use permit for locating a temporary asphalt plant at a gravel pit do not violate the contractor's substantive due process and equal protection rights, or unduly...

Kantner v. Martin County

The court holds that a county's imposition of conditions on commercial developers' master plan for three parcels of property did not violate the developers' rights to substantive due process and equal protection under the Fourteenth...

Clajon Prod. Corp. v. Petera

The court holds that Wyoming hunting license regulations do not violate the Takings and Equal Protection Clauses of the U.S. Constitution. The regulations create separate pools for allocating licenses to residents and nonresidents and...

Pro-Eco, Inc. v. Board of Comm'rs of Jay County

The court holds that a county ordinance that imposed a moratorium on landfills did not exact a taking from a landowner or violate the landowner's substantive and procedural due process rights. The court invalidated the ordinance in a...