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The Glyphosate Judgment:* Goodbye Confidentiality?
A recent judgment by the EU General Court demonstrates a willingness to expand the circumstances where the right to environmental information trumps the right to protection of commercial interests.
United States
6 Jan 2014
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New Jersey Appeals Court Holds That Pollution Exclusion Barred Coverage Of Asbestos Cleanup Claim
The decision confirms the general principle that insurance contracts are to be construed as a whole, and the fact that such a contract contains an exception to the exclusion does not, in and of itself, render the exclusion provisions ambiguous.
United States
19 Aug 2013
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The EPA Releases New Data Requirements For Antimicrobial Pesticides
The US Environmental Protection Agency Office of Pesticide Programs, Antimicrobial Division, recently released its long-awaited final rule regarding data requirements for antimicrobial pesticides.
European Union
10 Jun 2013
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Inaugural Joint US-EU Workshop Sets the Stage for Future International Collaboration
A successful international joint regulatory meeting was held in Washington, DC on March 10 and 11 drawing upon the collective knowledge of more than 150 government regulators, consumer advocates, and interested private sector representatives.
United States
14 Apr 2011
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What Can Be Learned From EPA's First Nanosilver Registration?
The September 2008 submission of an application to register a pesticide product containing silver nanoparticles set off a chain of events and decisions at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that will "set the bar" for future nanopesticide registrations.
United States
10 Mar 2011
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Next Steps for Offshore Regulation Overhaul Announced
Secretary Salazar and BOEMRE Director Bromwich recently announced the structures and responsibilities for two new, independent agencies that will carry out the offshore energy management and enforcement functions that were once assigned to the former Minerals Management Service (MMS).
United States
1 Mar 2011
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Salazar Will Work With Congress On Hydraulic Fracturing Oversight
Responding to a request from new House Natural Resources Committee Chairman Doc Hastings (R-WA) regarding the Department’s recent forum on hydraulic fracturing on public lands, Secretary Salazar told Chairman Hastings in a January 10, 2011 letter that the Department would work closely with Congress as well as other Federal and state agencies and the public to ensure that natural gas is developed in an effective and environmentally sound manner on public lands.
United States
1 Mar 2011
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Nano Analyst: European Food Safety Authority Releases Initial Guidance On Risk Assessment of Food And Feed Applications Of Nanotechnologies
On 5 January 2011, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) endorsed for public consultation its draft guidance on risk assessment concerning potential risks from applications of nanoscience and nanotechnologies to food and animal feed.
European Union
8 Feb 2011
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Comitology After The Lisbon Treaty
Previous editions of EU Analyst have examined how key decisions on EU environment and life sciences regulation are taken behind closed doors. In the EU legal framework, ‘comitology’ committees (made up of a representative from each EU Member State and chaired by the European Commission) simply implement rules laid down by the Council.
Belgium
14 Dec 2010
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Nanotechnologies — Latest Developments
Nanotechnologies are heralded as the basis for the ‘next industrial revolution’, with their commercial use growing exponentially.
European Union
14 Dec 2010
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REACH: Only Representative Rules Change Again
Pre-registration of substances under REACH started on 1 June 2008 and ends on 1 December 2008. Substances on their own, in preparations or in articles which are not pre-registered during that period cannot be manufactured in the EU.
European Union
7 Aug 2008
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ECJ Prolongs Market Access For "Free Riders"
On 22 May 2008, the European Court of Justice ("ECJ") delivered its judgment in case C-361/06, Feinchemie Schwebda and Bayer CropScience v College voor detoelating van bestrijdingsmiddelen.
European Union
24 Jul 2008
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United States
13 Jan 1998
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United States
13 Jan 1998
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