In U.S. v. D.S.C. of Newark Enterprises Inc., No. 09-2270, (D.N.J. 6/12/13), the Court found that the sale of an ongoing business with hazardous materials remaining on site, which is later released by the purchaser, does not make the seller liable for having arranged for disposal.
By Ilana R. Morady and Eric E. Boyd
Earlier this month in Geneva, the U.N. Subcommittee of Experts on the Transport of Danger Goods (Subcommittee) convened to consider additions and revisions to the U.N. Model Regulations (Regulations). The Subcommittee approved two noteworthy proposals.
By way of background, the Regulations cover all aspects of the transportation of dangerous goods (known as…