Protecting the Yard -- EPA Compliance Orders Made Reviewable

This post was written by Christopher Rissetto and Jennifer Smokelin.

The U.S. Supreme Court spoke with one voice in recognizing the right of a husband and wife -- who sought to build a house on their property and were directed by EPA to remove initial fill materials as their land allegedly contained wetlands -- to seek judicial review of an agency compliance order, without further delay under the Administrative Procedure Act (APA).

Please click here to read the full post on our sister blog, Environmental Law Resource.

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