How Environmental Law Audits Can Reduce Your Environmental Liability Risk

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Only a month ago, the industry was awaiting new EPA methane emission rules. In an about-face, the EPA said it will stop directly regulating methane emissions. Instead, regulation of the potent greenhouse gas will fall to the states. For industry, staying ahead of quickly evolving emissions regulations is becoming more difficult.  If you’re a company operating in an industry with high GHG and other harmful emissions, an environmental law audit can ensure you remain in compliance.…

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What Would You Need To Show To Sue Someone For Giving You COVID-19?

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Look at any health threat and you’ll find the potential for a personal injury case. The novel coronavirus, or the virus that causes COVID-19, is no different, and already people are wondering if they might have a personal injury case if they catch the virus because they were forced back to work, or because of another reason. Technically, it is possible to sue someone for giving you the coronavirus and to win, but it takes a lot of evidence and planning.…

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Estate Planning Tips If You Have Young Children

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A lot of people do not start planning their estates until they are middle-aged. By this age, your children are probably grown up and may even live in their own homes. While some people prefer waiting until this time to begin their estate plans, it is a better idea to plan your estate while your kids are young. If you do not do this and something horrible happens to you and your spouse, what will happen to your children?…

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