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The Historian as Detective: The PRP Search

This presentation provides an overview to the approach and methodology that historians use in undertaking potentially responsible party (PRP) searches for clients.

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The Historian as Detective: The PRP Search

This presentation provides an overview to the approach and methodology that historians use in undertaking potentially responsible party (PRP) searches for clients.

A Historical Survey of the Use and Regulation of TCE

History Associates’ historian provided perspective on the use and regulation of TCE over the years to attendees at a recent American Bar Association conference.

How Do We Select a Collections Management System?

This article reviews the recommended steps to take before contacting a vendor, advice on determining criteria for software selection, and suggestions on how to manage the data migration process.

Researching Corporate Genealogy

This article describes several sources for researching corporate genealogy; how to trace a company’s history.

The Continued Relevance of Rigorous Targeted MGP Site Historical Research

After more than a generation of MGP remediation, accurate and professional historical research is still urgently needed.

The Value of Historical Research in Soil and Groundwater Contamination Matters

A historian’s perspective on historical research in soil and groundwater contamination matters.

Digging Deeper: Uncovering the Hidden Potential of Historical State and Local Records

An overview of the key types of state and local records that can be dispositive in environmental cases.

The Historian’s Valuable Role as Expert and Advisor in Environmental Litigation

This article details how lawyers can utilize the services of professional historians at several stages of the litigation process.

Using Historical Research to Make Your Case: A Survey of Key Federal Records

This presentation provides an overview of the types of federal government records that can be useful to environmental practitioners and how to find them.

The Value of Historical Research to In-House Counsel

Attorneys can learn about their company’s past and leverage this knowledge to advise corporate managers and mitigate current and future legal liabilities.

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