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Environmental justice and civil rights in U.S. construction projects

45 No. 13 WJASB 13By Erich J. Almonte, Esq., Peter Berg, Esq., and James F. Bowe Jr., Esq., King & SpaldingWestlaw Journal Asbestos (Approx. 3 pages)

Environmental justice and civil rights in U.S. construction projects

45 No. 13 WJASB 13By Erich J. Almonte, Esq., Peter Berg, Esq., and James F. Bowe Jr., Esq., King & SpaldingWestlaw Journal Asbestos (Approx. 3 pages)

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July 3, 2023
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Environmental justice and civil rights in U.S. construction projects

Erich J. Almonte, Peter Berg and James F. Bowe Jr. of King & Spalding discuss how the Biden administration's increased focus on environmental justice will affect construction projects in the United States.
Since taking office two years ago, the Biden...
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