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Challenging EPA NPDES Permitting Decisions Is Really An Uphill Battle.

The decision last week in City of Taunton v. EPA did not break any new ground, but it is certainly a reminder of just how much of an uphill battle it is to challenge an NPDES permit. The City of … Continue reading

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Challenging a Will in California

In California, will contests and trust disputes are quite common.  When someone who believes they are entitled to share in an estate or a family member disagrees with how estate property is being distributed, the likely result is probate litigation.  … Continue reading

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When to Protest: Thoughts on Challenging a Defective Solicitation

Two pieces of advice I often provide to government contractors are: 1.When responding to a solicitation, give the government precisely what it asks for – right down to the letter.  This includes providing the information in the correct section of … Continue reading

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The most prevalent form of measuring intoxication by the law enforcement is the breathalyzer. The device is designed to measure the levels of alcohol in the lungs and not in the breath. Thus a sip of alcohol and testing right … Continue reading

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Episode 007: “For Whom the Bell Tolls” (Challenging VA Medical Examiner’s Competence)

In today’s episode of the VA Form 21 Podcast, I am going to teach you how to become a better advocate by challenging the VA Medical Examiner’s competence – or at least rebutting the presumption of competence in your client’s … Continue reading

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