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The September 15, 2016 issue of The Water Report features an article by WJ partner Sarah Klahn entitled Prior Appropriative Rights & Diligence.

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Just over a year after the Gold King Mine spill, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) added the Bonita Peak Mining District, which includes the Gold King Mine, to the Superfund National Priorities List.  White & Jankowski, LLP reported on the…

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In April of 2016, the Colorado Supreme Court published its opinion in BP America v. Colorado Department of Revenue.  The outcome of this case affects funding for state water projects administered by the Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) and those…

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In Front Range Resources, LLC v. Colorado Ground Water Commission, Case No. 15CV30493, Adams County District Court, White & Jankowski, LLP attorneys and other opposing counsel defeated speculative water rights claims by Front Range Resources, LLC (Front…

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Holding On May 31, 2016, the Colorado Supreme Court held in Case No. 15SA26 that an applicant may make certain conditional rights absolute even where the applicant owns a more senior conditional right for the same use, at the same point of diversion,…

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In Rangen, Inc. v. Idaho Department of Water Resources, Docket No.  42772, Sarah Klahn and Mitra Pemberton, representing the City of Pocatello, Idaho,  successfully defended against Rangen, Inc.’s appeal of a delivery call decision involving a fish…

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In late March, White & Jankowski, LLP, attorneys for the Board of Commissioners for the County of Grand, Colorado, along with the County’s partners, Denver Water and the Colorado Water Conservation Board, helped obtain a milestone decree that will aid…

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The spring issue of Natural Resources & Environment features an article (Incorporating Small-Scale Hydropower Projects into Our Energy Future) by WJ attorneys Courtney Krause and Matthew Merrill (and former WJ attorney Edalin Koziol).  The article surveys…

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In Rangen, Inc. v. Idaho Department of Water Resources, Docket Nos. 42775, 42836, WJ partners Sarah Klahn and Mitra Pemberton successfully argued before the Idaho Supreme Court that the Idaho prior appropriation doctrine authorizes the Director of the…

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Managing Partner, Sarah Klahn, will speak on diligence requirements for the development of water at the 16th Annual Law of the Rio Grande Conference in Santa Fe, New Mexico on April 14.
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