With the growth in volume and complexity of environmental enforcement cases, alternative dispute resolution (ADR) has assumed increasing importance in the allocation of costs among liable parties. At the same time, the growth is less than might be expected because of obstacles in both the governmental and private sectors. This dichotomy is especially evident in cases involving pollution from hazardous wastes. 4
Nancy P. O'Brien,
Arbitration Allocates Costs of Hazardous Waste Cleanup Claim under Superfund,
1991 J. Disp. Resol.
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