West Group Environmental E-Site Featuring ELR-The Environmental Law Reporter Is Now Available

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West Group has announced that the West Group Environmental E-Site featuring ELR--The Environmental Law Reporter is now available. This new Web-based subscription service provides direct access to hard-to-find information for the legal and corporate environmental compliance marketplace. ELR--The Environmental Law Reporter offers a unique collection of environmental resources--full-text cases, statutes, regulations, agency documents, and updated analysis from leading experts in the field--in one convenient source according to West Group. In addition to providing comprehensive federal coverage, ELR contains full-text environmental statutes and regulations for all 50 states plus Washington, DC.

West Group Environmental E-Site contains information of key developments in environmental law and regulation, provided in the following infobases:

* News and Analysis--Analyses of articles, dialogs, and comments covering key environmental issues, pending legislation, and significant court decisions written by leading authorities

* Administrative Materials--Coverage of key Environmental Appeals board decisions, Federal Executive Orders, policy guidance documents, RCRA ALJ decisions, and EPA ROD abstracts

* Briefs and Pleadings--A virtual how-to guide to complex environmental litigation that provides litigation documents in summarized format and links to full-text opinions

* Cases--More than 7,500 full-text federal and state cases, including hundreds of cases not published anywhere else, dating back to 1970

* Federal Statutes--Primary material, cross-referenced to the U.S. Code, with complete reprints of 23 full-text federal environmental statutes including the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, CERCLA, RCRA, and TSCA, plus outlines of 42 other key environmental statutes

* Federal Register and Federal Register Archive--The current, 12-month full-text coverage of Federal Register, with preambles, notices, rules, and proposed rules from more than 45 key federal agencies including the EPA, FERC, and the U. …