The Control of Air Pollution on Indian Reservations by Arnold W. Reitze, Jr.


LDEQ Secretary Issues Order Addressing Environmental Matters for 2016 Flood


The Volkswagen air pollution emissions scam

On September 18, 2015, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that Volkswagen sold 482,000 diesel engine vehicles in the United States that were programmed to pass the government’s emissions tests, but under normal driving conditions would emit air pollutants significantly above legal limits. Interestingly, EPA only recently discovered the cheating through the results of […]

Air Pollution Emissions During Startups, Shutdowns, and Malfunctions

Air pollution emission limitations on stationary sources are usually based on what is achievable during normal operation, but these requirements cannot always be met during the startup or shutdown of either specific processes or the entire facility. Moreover, malfunctions occur even at facilities that are well designed and operated. How startup, shutdown, and malfunction (SSM) […]

Lawyer Monthly Magazine ELN

Environmental law is a rapidly-growing practice area as concerns regarding the environment continue to increase. Environmental transactions are an increasingly complex process open to several challenges and obstacles. To find out more, Lawyer Monthly speaks exclusively to Greg DeGulis, co-founder of McMahon DeGulis LLP and the Environmental Law Network (ELN). Read the entire article: Download here