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Supreme Court Seems Skeptical That Superfund Landowners Can Seek More Extensive Cleanup Than EPA Approves

The Washington Post

03 Dec 2019

Joe Palmore was quoted in The Washington Post’s coverage of the U.S. Supreme Court case Atlantic Richfield Co. v Christian et al.

Representing the homeowners, Joe argued that “Montana, like many other states, has made the judgment that one who puts toxic materials on another person’s property is liable for trespass and nuisance and that a measure of recovery is the cost of removal.”

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