InsideCounsel Magazine April 2009
James T.B. Tripp represents the Earth as general counsel for the Environmental Defense Fund.
A change-committed administration could redefine the shape of environmental litigation.
Companies donate patents to promote ecologically friendly innovation.
Environmentally friendly employment policies may be ripe for litigation.
Data destruction programs provide environmentally sound ways to eliminate outdated equipment.
New EPA administrator brings solid experience but faces tough political fights.
European Parliament appeases business as it approves sweeping carbon reduction plan.
Environmental prosecutors await marching orders from the new administration.
Noon Solar bag lets you recharge your PDA as you walk.
From The Editor
The only way to truly make a difference is to stay educated.
Environmentally sustainable practices can meet both present and future needs.
Case exemplifies the complications a company can encounter over greenwashing.
Court rules that the FDA never required companies selling purified water to disclose that the water comes from a municipal water supply.
Thanks to a pair of recent decisions, antitrust defendants in the 3rd Circuit now have a leg to stand on when trying to defeat class cert.
An appeals court upheld a decision finding the Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight in contempt for failing to meet its e-discovery deadline, even though the agency spent $6 million attempting to comply.
If the federal government wants non-profits to go green, just add a few questions to the tax form.
In a changing world, all attorneys need to own the issue of legal profession inclusion.
Understanding diverse approaches to keyword searches in securities litigation can lead to interesting--and crucial--e-discovery results.
Professor Robin Craig talks more about aspects of water regulation likely to change under the new president's administration.
A list of states and their e-waste laws.
Overall, the electronics marketplace is moving away from toxic chemicals.
Environmental law experts weigh in on two more environmental legal issues on the forefront.
With our two favorite days approaching--the InsideCounsel SuperConference on May 5 and 6--Mike offers his unique tips for networking the right way.
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