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Environmental compliance and enforcement issues can cause fines

The law is designed to protect businesses and ensure that companies are able to do business in a reasonably efficient and secure manner. However, this does not mean that a company can just simply do whatever it wants without worry of consequence in California or any other other state. Companies in just about any industry will have to deal with environmental compliance and enforcement.

Agency says its authority trumps California environmental law

We have previously written about many reasons why it is so important for business owners to consult an attorney experienced in environmental law if they have any questions about how certain business decisions and practices may be impacted by state and federal law. One of the primary reasons why it is important to maintain regular contact with an attorney if your business is particularly impacted by environmental law is that the law is always evolving.

How the president is working to protect the air we breathe

During the president’s time in office, no major environmental laws have been passed by Congress and forwarded for his signature. However, The New York Times recently noted that despite this major legislative stall, the president could leave behind a legacy characterized as the most “aggressive” and “far-reaching” of any president in terms of environmental policy.

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