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Recent Legionella Outbreaks Illustrate Risks for Health Care, Hospitality, and Commercial Industries (Even at New Facilities) >
June 25, 2019
By: Paul M. Schmidt
Despite increasingly onerous regulatory obligations placed on health care, hospitality, and commercial facilities, reported incidents of Legionnaires' disease remain on the rise. These include recent reported outbreaks in Ohio, New Jersey, New York, California, Texas, and Nevada - the majority of which have been attributed to cooling towers, potable water systems, or swimming pools/hot tubs in hospitals, hotels, or other large facilities.
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EPA's Latest Attempt to Supercharge Superfund Cleanups >
March 15, 2018
By: Michael P. Canavan
Scott Pruitt, the fourteenth Administrator of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), recently appeared on The New York Times' The Daily podcast, where he outlined his vision for the EPA, discussed his view of its societal role, and answered questions about specific goals he sought to accomplish during his time at the helm of the EPA.
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SCOTUS Issues Three Critical Environmental Rulings >
January 30, 2018
By: Paul M. Schmidt
Often, decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) only impact a narrow range of entities and circumstances. However, several recent and pending cases related to environmental issues and land use will instead impact a wide-range of property owners. 
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