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  Tetrachloroethylene, also known as perchloroethylene, PERC or PCE, is a nonflammable, colorless chemical that exists as a liquid at room temperature. PCE is and was widely used in dry cleaning operations. Like its cousin trichloroethylene...

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Steering Clear of Environmental Liability: Contract Drafting is Key

Indemnification clauses, a common element in almost every commercial contract, shift potential costs and liabilities from one contracting party to another. For example, assume that John, who is a musician, enters a contract with 20th Century Fox...

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Environmental Covenants – They “Run With the Land”

When vapor intrusion has been identified as a concern and mitigation systems are installed in buildings, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) is now often requiring that the property owner record an environmental covenant. These covenants...

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