“Waters of the United States”: Practical Advice on Determining Jurisdiction

Environmental Regulation & Litigation   |   September 10, 2018
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Carlton Fields environmental lawyer Neal McAliley wrote an article offering advice for private parties seeking to understand the federal Clean Water Act’s jurisdiction, given the lack of clarity surrounding the law’s application to all “waters of the United States.”
“The geographic scope of Clean Water Act jurisdiction, always murky, is more muddled than ever,” McAliley wrote. The article was published in Trends, the ABA Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources Newsletter.
READ: Trends, the ABA Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources Newsletter, “‘Waters of the United States’: Practical advice on determining jurisdiction”

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