In his Environmental Law column, Michael B. Gerrard, a professor at Columbia Law School and and Director of its Center for Climate Change Law, writes: When a litigant brings a lawsuit under SEQRA, the odds of success have never been high. However, the cases decided in 2011 exhibited a stark exception to this general rule: Project applicants who were frustrated by governmental delays or obstacles won six of the seven cases they brought under SEQRA.
Recent Developments Under State Environmental Quality Review Act
New York Law Journal
July 12, 2012
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