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House Hearing on Native 8(a) Contracting: Emerging Issues

Posted by: Kimberly Craven
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Fueled by Los Angeles Times reporting on “fake” Indians reaping millions of dollars of contracts set aside for minority contractors, the ...
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Late Breaking Updates

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Don’t miss the opportunity to apply for funding from the Dept. of Energy Tribal Energy Program to kick -start that renewable energy project on your ...
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U.S. Supreme Court To Hear Important CERCLA Case

Posted by: Raymundo Ribota
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  On Dec. 3, 2019, the United States Supreme Court will hear arguments in the important case of Atlantic Richfield (ARCO) v. Christian, the named ...
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Kansas Developer Improperly Removes Asbestos, Now Faces Jail

Posted by: Raymundo Ribota
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A failed attempt for an acquittal, coupled with a separate indictment of federal charges of collecting $400,000 in fraudulent tax refunds from the ...
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Back Country Backlash from Trademark Bullying

Posted by: Chloe Vickers
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Earlier this month, Backcountry.com (Backcountry), a prominent Utah-based online retailer of outdoor equipment, came under swift backlash for filing ...
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Construction Company Cited for P.P.E. Violations

Posted by: Raymundo Ribota
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R.K. Wallace Construction Inc. was cited for two workplace safety violations by the Occupational Safety Health Administration (OSHA) in early 2018. ...
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Five Year Investigation Leads to Lawsuit

Posted by: Raymundo Ribota
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Early this summer, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) brought a legal ...
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Environmental Activists Argue Public Trust Doctrine

Posted by: Raymundo Ribota
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Early this year, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled in favor of the oil and gas industry in Colorado. It reversed a decision by the Court of Appeals ...
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EAJA Allows Winning Parties to Recoup Attorney Fees

Posted by: Raymundo Ribota
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The Equal Access to Justice Act (EAJA) was permanently enacted in 1985 to deter government overreach and wrongdoing. It allows individuals and ...
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Nuns' Religious Freedom Claim Barred in Pipeline Opposition

Posted by: Raymundo Ribota
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Early this year, the U.S. Supreme Court decided not to hear a case by a group of Pennsylvania based Roman Catholic nuns who filed a petition for ...
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