Companies Eager to “Lock In” Trump-Era Water Rule Exemptions

Environmental Regulation & Litigation   |   September 10, 2020
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Carlton Fields environmental attorney Neal McAliley was quoted in a Bloomberg Energy & Environment Report article about how U.S. water regulations may change if a new president is elected in November 2020. Ahead of the election, many companies are hoping to receive five-year jurisdictional determinations specifying how the Clean Water Act may apply to their properties, McAliley said.

READ: Bloomberg Energy & Environment Report, “Companies Eager to ‘Lock In’ Trump-Era Water Rule Exemptions” (subscription only)

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