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Ralls Corp. v. Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States

The D.C. Circuit held that an American corporation owned by Chinese nationals was deprived of its constitutionally protected property interests without due process of law when President Obama issued an order blocking on national...

Pioneer Aggregates, Inc. v. Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection

A district court dismissed a quarry operator's lawsuit against the state environmental agency for violating its constitutional rights when it denied the operator's application to use certain fill material at a reclamation site. The...

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...

Fiore v. White

The U.S. Supreme Court holds that the criminal conviction of a hazardous waste facility operator under a Pennsylvania hazardous waste statute for operating a hazardous waste facility without a permit violated the federal Due Process...