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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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What Really Happens When You File Bankruptcy?

So you decided to file bankruptcy, and get your life back. You have resolved yourself to the fact that of all the options available to you, filing for bankruptcy, getting a fresh start, makes the most sense. I am really … Continue reading

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Brexit and Brands – 266 days and counting, and then at least another 642 days (no, really)

Following on the earlier Br*x*t and Brands posts here and here, Katfriend Darren Meale (Simmons&Simmons) is back with his third update.Here’s what Darren writes:“Brexit is boring!” exclaimed Mr Justice Birss at the IPKat’s 15thbirthday extravaganza earlier this week. Sigh, never … Continue reading

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A really old law: Magna Carta sells for 21 plus million

710-year-old copy of the declaration of human rights known as the Magna Carta — the version that became part of English law — was auctioned Tuesday for $21.3 million, a Sothebys spokeswoman said. The document, which had been expected to… … Continue reading

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Full Custody: Is It Really What You Want?

    There are many parents who go through a divorce, and for most of them, getting full custody of their child is their ultimate goal. If you are going through a divorce and you have consulted an attorney, it … Continue reading

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