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Chris always puts his clients’ interests first. He is experienced in real estate, land use, eminent domain, property tax, municipal law and development, zoning, construction, corporate regulatory, and environmental law. He ...
PFAS, short for per- and poly-fluoroalkyls substances are man-made chemicals used to make hundreds of products for home and industry use, ranging from stain proofing and waterproofing to firefighting and non-stick surfaces. They are among the most durable and task-effective man-made chemicals, yet they can exist in the environment for hundreds of years. Unfortunately, PFAS are associated with serious health risks including cancer, children’s developmental issues, immune system and endocrine disruption, and diabetes. The greatest area of public concern is contaminated drinking water. Human exposure also occurs in soils, surface water contamination, air emissions and workplace exposure (especially manufacturing and firefighting).
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- What the Corporate Transparency Act Means for Financial Institutions
- FinCEN to Extend Initial Reporting Deadline for the Corporate Transparency Act
- Wisconsin Personal Property Tax Repealed: What it Means for Business Owners
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- Five Tips for Business Owners When Selling
- Federal Antitrust Agencies Propose New Guidelines for Review of M&A Transactions
- U.S. Supreme Court Opens Door for Companies to Face Lawsuits in Any State They Are Registered to Do Business