This page contains links to consent decrees that the Division has recently lodged in the federal district courts and on which the Division is currently accepting public comment. In each case, a notice was published in the Federal Register and a link to that notice is also provided. The notice includes a brief description of the settlement, the procedure for submitting public comments, and the date the comment period closes.
If the consent decree was negotiated prior to filing the lawsuit, a copy of the complaint — filed contemporaneously with the consent decree — is also provided. Some cases have more than one consent decree posted. Typically, this reflects cases in which the Division has negotiated separate consent decrees with different defendants, or groups of defendants. Each consent decree is posted separately.
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|In the Matter of: Amphenol Corp. and Honeywell International, Inc.
||12/16/14 - 01/15/15
|U.S., et al. v. Dakota, Minnesota, and Eastern Railroad Corporation, d/b/a Canadian Pacific
||12/16/14 - 1/15/15
|ABB Inc. v. U.S.
||12/09/14 - 01/09/15
|U.S., et al v. Denak Ship Management and Vogetrader Shipping Inc.
||12/02/14 - 01/02/15
|U.S. v. City of Fort Wayne, Indiana
||12/01/14 - 12/31/14
|U.S. v. Ashland Inc., John H. Palmer, et al
||11/28/14 – 12/29/14
|U.S. v. Antilles Gas Corp, et al
||11/28/14 - 12/29/14
|U.S. v. The City of Kansas City, Missouri
||11/26/14 - 12/26/14
|U.S., et al. v. The City of Lima, Ohio
||11/25/14 - 12/26/14
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