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  1. Enviros File Brief and Court Issues New Briefing Schedule in Industrial Stormwater Permit Litigation.  Contact William Funderburk or Ruben Castellon if you would like more information on this important litigation.

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    » By William Funderburk » Posted in Environmental Law
  2. Clean Water Act Notices of Intent to Sue from July 2014 to November 2014 complied by William W. Funderburk, Jr.,  If you would like further information on any of these cases, please contact William Funderburk or Ruben Castellón.

    Castellón & Funderburk LLP

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    » By William Funderburk » Posted in Business LitigationEnvironmental Law
  3. The following Clean Water Act notices have been received from the California State Water Resources Control Board:

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    » ByAdmin, » Posted in Environmental Law
  4. California Storm Water Permit Challenge Case Management Conference Set by Alameda Superior Court Judge Evilio Grillo for July 22, 2014

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    » By William Funderburk » Posted in Environmental Law
  5. The State Water Board has posted its response to comments on the 2013 Industrial General Permit draft. The comments and the State Water Board's responses can be found here   

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    » By Anna L. LeMay » Posted in Environmental Law
  6. The State Water Resources Control Board has issued its final NPDES Industrial General Permit.  Comments are due by 12:00 noon on Tuesday, March 4, 2014.  The State Water Board will consider adopting the Permit at its April 1, 2014 board meeting.

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    » By Anna L. Le May » Posted in Environmental Law
  7. On October 5, 2013, Proposition 65 (the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986) was amended to provide alleged violators a safe harbor for private Prop. 65 lawsuits. This safe harbor only applies to limited, specified exposures but could save an alleged violator from paying thousands of
    dollars per violation.

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    » ByAdmin, » Posted in Prop 65
  8. Comments on the final draft of the NPDES Industrial General Permit are posted on the State Water Board website.  The comments can be found here.

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    » ByAdmin, » Posted in Environmental Law
  9. California’s Proposition 65 chemical list was recently updated on December 27, 2013.  The current list can be found on the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment’s (OEHHA) website.

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    » ByAdmin, » Posted in Prop 65
  10. The California Attorney General’s office reports that, in the month of December 2012, the law firm of Miguel A. Custodio, Jr. served over thirty 60-day notices of violation on behalf of at least five citizens of the state of California.  Each of these notices of violation were targeted at businesses operating within the food service and alcoholic beverage industry.  The cited violations included the “knowing” and “intentional” sale of either “alcoholic beverages, when associated with alcohol abuse,”  “ethyl alcohol in alcoholic beverages,” or both without a clear and visible warning.

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    » ByAdmin, » Posted in Prop 65