The Oil Pollution Act Deskbook interprets the intricacies of the Oil Pollution Act, provides valuable insight into the policies that shaped the act, and reflects on what the act may become. With the complete text of the Oil Pollution Act and the essential legislative history, this valuable desk reference provides the reader with a vital understanding of the act and its implications for the future.
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About the Author
Russell V. Randle is a partner with the Washington office of Patton Boggs, where he helps cities and companies resolve complex environmental disputes. He often litigates or negotiates the cleanup of contaminated real property and groundwater, as well as clean water issues, insurance, and problems arising under most federal environmental laws. He lives in Washington, DC.