Inside the Equal Access to Justice Act
Lowell E. Baier, one of America’s preeminent experts on environmental litigation, chronicles the century-long story of America’s natural resources management, focusing on litigation, citizen suit provisions and attorneys’ fees. In this first book-length comprehensive examination of the Equal Access to Justice Act (EAJA), Baier introduces readers to the history of the EAJA, examines the many beneficiaries of the law, describes 20 of the most prominent litigious environmental groups in America and recommends carefully tailored amendments to the EAJA to correct environmental abuses of the law while protecting legitimate interests. Inside the Equal Access to Justice Act is a valuable resource for the environmental legal community, environmentalists and practitioners at all levels of government, and all readers interested in environmental policy and the rise of the administrative state.
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