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(PUBLICATION FIRST MARKED AS OUT OF PRINT 30/11/04)A handy reference to key case decisions in the various disciplines of health, safety and environment law providing practical commentary on the implications these decisions have on corporate procedures and compliance. Compiled by the Environment Group at CMS Cameron MCKenna the annual casebook is updated by a four-page case law bulletin on a quarterly basis, included in the price. Cases are referenced by a table of cases and by topic covering construction safety, dangerous substances, food safety, fire, health, manual handling, risk and environmental impact assessment, occupier's liability and duties to employees, judicial review, contaminated land, nuisance, landfill tax, waste, water and air pollution. Key cases such as the landmark case of R v Howe as well as points of law and best practice are included. This service will be invaluable for safety, health and environmental managers within companies in keeping abreast of changes in court policy as well as for enforcement officers within local authorities and government, lawyers dealing with these disciplines and students of environmental law and/or on NEBOSH or equivalent courses.