June 21, 2021
The University of Houston recently put the spotlight on partner Bill Jackson
for his environmental and natural resources practice.
The magazine also called out the recent Kelley Drye win before the US Supreme Court on behalf of the Territory of Guam. In a rare 9-0 decision, the Court held that Guam could proceed with its claims to require the United States to pay its fair share of the costs necessary to remediate a dumpsite, referred to as the Ordot Dump, that the United States military had created, operated and used since before 1940. As a result of the decision, Guam will be able to proceed with its action against the United States for recovery of its share of the $160 million in cleanup costs associated with the Ordot Dump.
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