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Environmental Law Review Volume 6, Number 1, Winter 1997

Articles

The Sword or the Shield: Use of Governmental Regulations, Exposure Standards and Toxicological Data in Toxic Tort Litigation — Ellen Relkin

Killing Goliath: Defending Our Sovereignty and Environmental Sustainability Through Corporate Charter Revocation in Pennsylvania and Delaware — Thomas Linzey

Stretching Environmental Statutes to Include Private Causes of Action and Extraterritorial Application: Can It Be Done — Lauren Levy

Comments

Environmental Law — The Public Trust Doctrine — Possible State Violations and the Potential for United States Supreme Court Review — Laura A. Schelter

Reauthorization of the Endangered Species Act — A Comparison of Two Bills That Seek to Reform the Endangered Species Act: Senate Bill 768 and House Bill 2275 — Eva Tompkins

Note

The Endangered Species Act of 1973 — Habitat Modification Is a "Harm" That Constitutes "Taking" — Babbitt v. Sweet Home Chapter Communities for a Great or., 115 S. Ct. 2407 (1995) — Christopher T. DeLisi

 

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