Kenneth Reich Law, LLC is a law firm that serves a broad range of national, international and regional clients.
The firm provides legal services in the areas of environmental law; energy, including alternative energy; health and safety; civil litigation; federal, state and local regulatory issues; copyrights and trademarks; wills and estates; commercial leasing; general corporate advice; and general counseling and advice. Of Counsel, Stephen Reich and Steven J. Kalish, provide specific legal services to the firm's clients and the firm contracts with experienced attorneys for additional legal services as necessary. Kenneth Reich is a trained mediator. Mr. Reich also has a separate strategic consulting firm that provides regulatory advice and counsel in conjunction with or separate from the legal advice provided by the law firm.
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Regarding the Supreme Court’s acceptance of certiorari on this issue:
Unfortunately but predictably, the issue of where to draw the line on federal jurisdiction of the "waters of the U.S." has been a political football for decades. Now the Supreme Court is set to consider whether groundwater can be considered a conduit for pollutants into waters of the U.S., an issue that has split the circuit courts…https://www.linkedin.com 2019
Two Circuit Courts of Appeals Have Held that Discharges of Pollutants Through Groundwater to Waters of the US Are Covered by the Clean Water Act, April, 2018