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Tugboat engineers accused of polluting Lake Huron
Volkswagen to pay $14.7 billion to settle diesel claims in US
Michigan attorney general: Companies botched job in Flint water crisis
Judges to review ex-BP workers' charges
Scorecard for a greener Chicago
Wisconsin's quiet transportation revolution
Anadarko tries to avoid liability for Macondo disaster
Howard Learner discusses challenges to expanding transmission for renewable energy sources
Vehicle miles traveled (VMT) tax would be worse than gasoline tax, says Howard Learner
Howard Learner on solar development in Wisconsin
Prosecution deferred, justice denied
Professor Uhlmann blogs about corporate criminal liability for the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy
Michigan challenge to EPA greenhouse regulations to be heard by U.S. Supreme Court
The Erosion of Corporate Criminal Liability
EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy delivers keynote address at MLaw's Environmental Law & Public Health Conference
EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy holds round table discussion with University of Michigan students
Surviving the next Gulf oil spill
Americans consider environment in what they buy, survey shows
Bills would obstruct enforcement of environmental laws
Interest in energy law drives new course offerings, student group at MLaw
National Wildlife Federation expands challenge to new invasives rules
Much ado about DPAs (deferred prosecution agreements)
Boston, Texas, and corporate criminal justice
Halliburton seeking settlement over Gulf oil spill
Sprawling BP oil spill trial closes chapter three years after deadly disaster
Sara Gosman guest blogs on ConcentrateMedia.com
Professor Uhlmann, on the BP civil suit going to trial, in the New York Times
In UPenn's RegBlog: A Proposed Environmental Agenda for Obama's Second Term
Howard Learner comments on ChicagoBusiness.com on Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan and her involvement in energy fracking talks
"Both sides have too much to lose by going to trial." - Professor Uhlmann speaking in the Chicago Tribune about BP civil suit
Professor Uhlmann comments in an AP story in The Washington Post on civil and criminal penalties for Transocean in the BP oil spill—and the absence of manslaughter charges against the company
2012 NewsProfessor Uhlmann explains BP's ban from new federal contracts in the Los Angeles Times
Professor Uhlmann discusses the BP Gulf oil spill settlement on NPR's "Talk of the Nation"
Professor Uhlmann comments on the manslaughter charges related to the Deepwater Horizon explostion in an article in The Wall Street Journal
Careers in environmental law focus of EPA judge's talk
Carbon tax idea gains wonkish energy
U-M launches $9 million effort to strengthen Great Lakes restoration while advancing research and education
Citing climate change, Bloomberg endorses Obama
Will Obama and Romney see climate change in Hurricane Sandy?
The New York Times blog Green posts a Q&A: Back to the Future with Environmental Bipartisanship
Climate change not mentioned once during 2012 presidential debates, as reported in The Huffington Post.
Michigan Erb Institute student Sam Stevenson blogs about John Denniston's recent ELPP lunch talk.
The Justice Department is undermining the Gulf oil spill case, according to Professor Uhlmann.
In a Washington speech to the Environmental Law Institute and the American Law Institute, Professor Uhlmann speaks about the potential for criminal charges related to the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
Professor Uhlmann speaks to the question, "What are the prospects for much-needed environmental action?" in part II of a Q&A with Michael Bobelian, MLaw alum and a contributor to Forbes.
Professor Uhlmann speaks to the question, "Why can't the government address climate change?" in part I of a Q&A with Michael Bobelian, MLaw alum and a contributor to Forbes.
New National Wildlife Federation report written by Sara Gosman and MLaw students says Michigan, Ohio should strengthen laws on fracking
Ex-BP Engineer Mix Says Evidence May Clear Him in Spill Case
Report Finds Pipeline Oversight Wanting
Legal Analysis by the National Wildlife Federation: After the Marshall Spill: Oil Pipelines in the Great Lakes Region (Written by Michigan Law lecturer Sara Gosman with assistance from second-year MLaw students)
Laws Don't Adequately Protect Great Lakes from Pipeline Oil Spills, New Report Finds
Engineer Arrested in BP Oil Spill Case
Deepwater Horizon Aftermath: How Much is a Dolphin Worth?
Experts Weigh BP Spill's Lasting Effects
MLaw Alumni Discuss Careers in Environmental Law
Mine Safety Officials Ditched Safety Citation Fearing Congressional Scrutiny
Massey Miner Boss Charged in Deadly Coal Mine Explosion
BP Oil Spill Litigation Comes to Court
Gulf Oil Spill's 'Trial of the Century' Could End Before it Begins
Judge: BP Contract Shielded Transocean in Spill
BP May Agree to $25 Billion Oil Spill Payout - Analyst
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