The Oil Pollution Act Case Digest And Source Book will be a great asset to everyone adversely impacted by the BP/Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) June 5, 2010
In the wake of the catastrophic April 2010 BP/Deepwater Horizon oil spill, the law firm of Bode & Grenier, LLP announced today that it has released the revised edition of The Oil Pollution Act Case Digest And Source Book. “The Oil Pollution Act Case Digest And Source Book will be a great asset to everyone adversely impacted by the BP/Deepwater Horizon oil spill,” said William H. Bode, Esq., managing partner of Bode & Grenier, LLP, and the Editor and Publisher of The Oil Pollution Act Case Digest And Source Book. “Much litigation spawned by the release will be based on the Oil Pollution Act. We are now advising clients regarding their rights under the Oil Pollution Act as a result of the spill,” stated Bode.
Initially published in 2004, The Oil Pollution Act Case Digest And Source Book contains a summary of every case involving the Oil Pollution Act, and contains information on the following topics:
- Background on the Oil Pollution Act;
- Jurisdiction/Navigable Waters;
- Statutory Procedures;
- Responsible Parties;
- Liability and Limitation of Liability;
- Recoverable Costs (including economic losses, attorney fee’s, and punitive damages);
- OPA Consent Decrees;
- Reporting Oil Spills;
- Regional Contact Information;
- Overview of Submitting Claims; and
- EPA’s Office of Enforcement Civil Penalty Policy
Bode & Grenier, L.L.P. is a civil litigation boutique with a nationwide practice representing clients before state and federal courts and federal administrative bodies. The firm has enjoyed successes meriting nationwide reporting in newspaper and television. The firm makes wide use of top associate counsel, as well as other premier practitioners in specialized practice areas. In this manner, the firm is able to offer clients the capabilities of a large firm, with the individual attention and efficiency of a smaller firm.
For more information, contact Mark Leventhal, Esq. at 202-828-4100.