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Term: 1990-1998

Justice Conrad Mallett, Jr. was appointed to the Supreme Court in 1990 by Gov. James Blanchard (D). He was elected in 1992 and re-elected in 1994. He retired from the Court in 1998.

Justice Mallett graduated from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), the University of Southern California and the University of Southern California Gould School of Law. He was admitted to practice law in Michigan in 1979 and became the Director of Legislative Affairs for Gov. Blanchard in 1983. He served as the Director and Executive Assistant to Detroit Mayor Coleman Young from 1985-1986.

Environmental cases decided by Justice Mallett include…

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Court Invalidates Lansing Storm Water Pollution Control Fee

Court Upholds Governor’s Authority to Reorganize the DNR

DNR Liable for Beach Erosion on Grand Traverse Bay

Groundwater Pollution is No Nuisance for Lowering Property Values

Insurer Must Defend Company in Chemical Dumping Lawsuit

Insurer Must Defend Potential Polluter in EPA Investigation

Liability Insurance Coverage for Leaking Underground Storage Tanks

No Eminent Domain Compensation for Warren Highway Pollution

No Insurance Defense Coverage for Clare’s Leaking Landfill

No Insurance Defense for Leaking Underground Storage Tank

No Insurance Defense for Woodhaven’s Pesticide Application

Sand Dune Erosion Can Be Environmental Harm

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