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Environmental Law

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05
Mar 2012
Trash Can Law: Finders Keepers Losers Weepers?

Trash Can Law: Finders Keepers Losers Weepers?

The law of abandoned property is evolving, filling, emptying, filling .... Finders keepers losers weepers? Depends where you are.

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19
Sep 2010

A Civil Canadian Action: Small Town Fights Giant Toxic Polluter

Mining giant Inco Ltd. came, saw, polluted and left. Decades later, Port Colborne residents were forced to drag it into the courts of Ontario to be held accountable for toxic leftovers. » Continue Reading

19
Apr 2008

End of the World Law

As we all march to our lemming-like demise upon the cliff of environmental disaster, a path of law back to safety may yet be found.

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12
Aug 2010

An Inconvenient Truth's Inconvenient Truth

There is an inconvenient truth about Al Gore's global warming movie. And it took a judge to ream him out for the wrong rating it received. It's partly science fiction.

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14
Sep 2007
Blast'em With Plastax - The Popular Uprising Against Plastic Bags

Blast'em With Plastax - The Popular Uprising Against Plastic Bags

The less you know about plastic bags on the Planet the better except that ... you have to know! And the Government has to act with the hammer of law. Now.

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23
Jan 2013
World's Greatest Workers' Compensation or Tort Claim? Do Cellphones = Increased Risk of Brain Tumor?

World's Greatest Workers' Compensation or Tort Claim? Do Cellphones = Increased Risk of Brain Tumor?

Is there a mass tort claim emerging from a hidden but  non-negligible risk for brain tumors in extensive  electromagnetic radition from cell phones?

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30
Oct 2007
Environmental Hypocrisy

Environmental Hypocrisy

Helping children get clean water ... by polluting through plastic manufacture and transportation emissions.

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