The EPA Administrative Law Reporter collects and analyzes virtually all federal and administrative judicial decisions defining the extent of EPA’s powers. If your clients are affected by EPA’s powers – to enforce, regulate and license – the Reporter is the only service you need.
The Reporter proves itself monthly as an essential tool with the following features:
- Summaries of all Environmental Appeals Board decisions, as well as all significant decisions of EPA’s increasingly influential administrative law judges.
- Full-text opinions of most summarized cases.
- Insightful and instructive articles by leading practitoners.
- Copies of EPA memoranda relating to process and theory, and analysis of their impact.
Just as important as the contents are the excluded materials. The EPA Administrative Law Reporter does not cover private party Superfund litigation or insurance recovery matters; coverage is strictly limited to the powers of EPA. (For coverage of those issues, click on the link for Chemical Waste Litigation Reporter.)
Key to the EPA Administrative Law Reporter is the expert analysis. Combined, the hands-on editors have decades of experience dealing with EPA. Their experience is translated to the reader in every issue through detailed analysis of a dozen or more decisions.
Price: $3670.00 per year. Subscriptions begin in January or July. Back issues available to subscribers only.
To order, fax your request on your letterhead to 202-328-2430 or scan your request and email to firstname.lastname@example.org