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Exhaustion Of Administrative Remedies: The Lesson From Environmental Cases, Marcia R. Gelpe Jan 1985

Exhaustion Of Administrative Remedies: The Lesson From Environmental Cases, Marcia R. Gelpe

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The law governing exhaustion of administrative remedies is complex and confusing and fosters needless litigation: litigation that is burdensome to the courts and costly to defendants, that adversely affects agency decision making and that by its very existence, wrongly influences courts to dispense with the exhaustion requirement. Exhaustion remains troublesome to the courts; many of the decisions are confusing and poorly reasoned. A reexamination of the exhaustion doctrine is called for, not only to indicate how the cases should be decided, but also to clarify the issues sufficiently to guide parties' behavior so that they may avoid litigation over exhaustion ...


Compensation For Victims Of Hazardous Substance Exposure, J. David Prince Jan 1985

Compensation For Victims Of Hazardous Substance Exposure, J. David Prince

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Hazardous wastes, threatening environmental and human safety, are being generated at an alarming rate. In this Article, J. David Prince discusses the threats posed by hazardous wastes and the remedies that are available in Minnesota for dealing with those threats. Professor Prince analyzes a proposed compensation scheme for victims of hazardous waste exposure in Minnesota and suggests that a modification of that scheme be adopted by the Minnesota Legislature.