In the context of reviewing Community Ass’n for Restoration of the Environment v. Henry Bosma Dairy, this Note focuses on what constitutes sufficient notice and suggests how citizen groups should handle additional violations discovered after suit has been filed. Although the Ninth Circuit had previously taken a fairly strict approach in interpreting notice requirement, Bosma Dairy indicates a shift toward a more forgiving approach by allowing the plaintiff to include certain non-noticed violations in its lawsuit. This urges the continued movement away from a rigid and formalistic approach.
Martin A. Miller,
Coping with CAFOs: How Much Notice Must a Citizen Give - Community Ass'n for Restoration of the Environment v. Henry Bosma Dairy,
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