Clark Hill Member Steven Hoch Published in Construction Executive CE This Week
Los Angeles, CA – Member Steven Hoch's article "Contractors and Engineers Face Environmental Liability under CERCLA" was published in Construction Executive CE This Week. This article dicusses the potential liability for many types of construction trades under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA), known also as Superfund, and what contractors and engineers can do to minimize their risk of legal action. To view the article, click here.
Steven is a member in Clark Hill’s Los Angeles office. He has more than 40 years of experience with both federal and state environmental laws and regulations in the context of permitting, regulatory proceedings, litigation, enforcement actions, water supply, public policy formation, and advice. His work includes contamination of land and ground and surface water. Steven has critical experience in the areas of environmental law and the federal and state Safe Drinking Water Acts, Title 23, water supply, and the mechanics of water distribution.
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