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Ontario Environmental Protection Act Annotated (Print + ProView online)
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This service clearly explains the intentions and effects of almost every section of the Act, its regulations, and the Environmental Bill of Rights, 1993. Includes annotations of more than 3,000 reported and unreported cases with expert commentary and analysis you won't find elsewhere. Inside find: • all regulations made under the Environmental Protection Act (EPA) and the Environmental Bill of Rights, 1993 • the purpose and effect of the EPA and the Environmental Bill of Rights, 1993 and their place in the overall legislative scheme • the penalty for any infraction • a convenient catalogue of more than 3,000 reported and unreported cases from both the courts and administrative tribunals • Table of Cases to facilitate research

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About the Author

Paula Lombardi is a partner of Siskinds LLP, and practices in the areas of environmental, municipal, regulatory and administrative law. Prior to joining Siskinds, Paula worked as an associate at a Bay Street law firm where her practice focused on occupational health and safety, environmental and regulatory matters.

Paula recently spent two years as in-house counsel for a major privately owned US corporation, whose owner is on the Forbes 500 list, and was responsible for all Canadian legal and business issues relating to the import and export of goods, transportation of hazardous materials, remediation of contaminated sites, construction of large infrastructure projects, regulatory compliance, NAFTA matters, and preparation of environmental assessments in the US and Canada.

Paula has a great deal of experience in: providing due diligence advice; dealing with contamination issues; handling of organic chemicals and hazardous wastes; obtaining environmental approvals; obtaining planning and development approvals; providing advice to municipalities; defending environmental prosecutions; and assisting companies with environmental and regulatory compliance. Paula has appeared before numerous administrative tribunals.