Volume 26

William & Mary Environmental Law & Policy Review

Volume 26

Issue 1 | Issue 2

Issue 1

Symposium Issue I: Toxic Torts: Issues of Mass Litigation, Case Management, and Ethics
Articles

Thomas O. McGarity, PROPOSAL FOR LINKING CULPABILITY AND CAUSATION TO ENSURE CORPORATE ACCOUNTABILITY FOR TOXIC RISKS

Lisa Heinzerling & Cameron Powers Hoffman, TORTIOUS TOXICS

Mark C. Weber, FORUM ALLOCATION IN TOXIC TORT CASES: LESSONS FROM THE TOBACCO LITIGATION AND OTHER RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

Howard M. Erichson, THE END OF THE DEFENDANT ADVANTAGE IN TOBACCO LITIGATION

Notes

James W. Parrett, Jr., PROACTIVE SOLUTION TO THE INHERENT DANGERS OF BIOTECHNOLOGY: USING THE INVENTION SECRECY ACT TO RESTRICT DISCLOSURE OF THREATENING BIOTECHNOLOGY PARENTS

Natalie Collins, EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY AND ITS EFFECTS ON FREE TRADE

C.M. Cameron Lynch, ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS AND THE NEW REPUBLICAN PARTY: THE RE-GREENING OF THE GOP?

Issue 2

Symposium Issue 2: Toxic Torts: Issues of Mass Litigation, Case Management, and Ethics

Articles

Lester Brickman, LAWYERS’ ETHICS AND FIDUCIARY OBLIGATION IN THE BRAVE NEW WORLD OF AGGREGATIVE LITIGATION

Charles Silver, A CRITIQUE OF BURROW V. ACRE

Mark Gottlieb & Richard A. Daynard, WILL BIG TOBACCO SEEK BANKRUPTCY PROTECTION? A $145 BILLION VERDICT POSES THE QUESTION

Essay

Emily L. Dawson, LESSONS LEARNED FROM FLINT, MICHIGAN: MANAGING MULTIPLE SOURCE POLLUTION IN URBAN COMMUNITIES

Notes

Timothy P. Cairns, WAITING FOR THE MOUNTAIN TO COME TO DOE: EXISTING OPTIONS FOR COMPROMISE BETWEEN THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY AND NUCLEAR UTILITIES REGARDING THE DISPOSAL OF SPENT NUCLEAR FUEL

Robert E. Baute, Jr., ADRIFT WITHOUT A PADDLE: THE PRESENT AND FUTURE OF THE CHESAPEAKE BAY PRESERVATION ACT

Daniel Velez, NO-FAULT REMEDIATION OF MTBE

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