Defining the project purpose under NEPA: promoting consideration of viable EIS alternatives
Under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969, federal agencies must consider alternatives for any project which they propose to undertake that may effect the environment. However, the required scope of this consideration is not clear. Courts should hold that a project's broad goals must be considered in environmental impact statements, rather than just the specific means the agency proposes to carry them out.
Publication Name: University of Chicago Law Review
Defending the brachial plexus injury
Brachial plexus injuries are often the subject of lawsuits, but a defense of unforseeability can be used. Factors that often come up during lawsuits of this type are reviewed. Defenses are considered.
Publication Name: FDCC Quarterly
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