In recent months, there has been significant upheaval in the water regulation arena, including the advent of the Navigable Waters Protection Rule, the effects of the Supreme Court’s ruling in County of Maui v. Hawaii Wildlife Fund, and further changes in federal and local regulations.

In this article, environmental attorney Pete Keays explores these recent developments, which are likely to spur significant litigation and precipitate substantial shifts in what activities, areas, entities, and substances are—and are not—subject to regulation.

This article was originally published in the Legal Intelligencer on July 28, 2020.

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