Rock Law

Rock Law

- Feb 01, 2011

Lessons learned from a win Although Miller’s mine safety bill was defeated, the debate will continue with the new Congress. Learn ...

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Rock Law

- Jan 03, 2011

The Only Constant is Change Learn the latest pattern in MSHA’s ever-changing pattern of violations formula. by Mark Savit and Erik Dullea The ...

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Rock Law

- Dec 01, 2010

Expect the unexpected Predictions for the election’s impact on infrastructure policy and safety law. by Greg Louer The 2010 election produced game-changing results ...

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Rock Law

- Nov 01, 2010

Ashes to ashes The EPA’s new air pollution rule may make mines go bust. By Russ Randle The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is ...

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Rock Law

- Oct 01, 2010

Uncertainty Follows EPA Edict Greenhouse gas endangerment finding sparks new requirements for aggregate industry customers. By Carolyn McIntosh On Dec. 7, 2009, the ...

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Rock Law

Rock Law

- Sep 01, 2010

Good Morning from Congress While you were sleeping, life got a whole lot more complicated. By Avi Meyerstein Early one recent morning, while ...

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Rock Law

- Aug 01, 2010

Might doesn't make right A recent case underscores how far the Secretary of Labor will go to expand her regulatory reach. By ...

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Rock Law: A new era of enforcement

AggMan Staff - Jun 01, 2010

A federal anti-shredding statute may provide a new avenue for MSHA criminal enforcement. By Marci Fulton The tragic events at the Upper ...

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Taking inventory

- May 01, 2010

Taking inventory By Peter Gould Let us stop for a moment to reflect on where we are and how we arrived. Congress ...

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Rock Law

- Apr 01, 2010

Rock and roll By R. Brian Hendrix   Know when to mark a machine as “removed from service” and when to label it ...

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