This session’s panelists, all of whom have experience in the renewable energy and power sectors, will discuss valuation and other relevant issues in the context of expanding alternative and renewable energy sources, and the pressures this expansion will have on the merchant power sector.
When day 100 of the Administration arrives - April 30 - many important environmental regulatory and policy actions will have occurred. This seminar will provide an overview of the most important environmental developments for all those engaging in this dynamic and changing landscape.
Continuing developments challenge attorneys who advise on the consequences as well as the planning for and prevention of physical threats to infrastructure and "cyber to physical" threats to infrastructure. Our beyond the basics presentations and Q&A opportunity for attendees will provide 2021 updates on recent legal developments and regulation and answer your specific questions on these issues.
In this discussion, learn about the application of risk assessment, efficiencies and deficiencies of the tool, legal challenges to the EPA's application of risk assessment, how the tool has evolved over presidential administrations, what the future of risk assessment may look like in the Biden Administration, and how stakeholders influence the risk assessment process. As various federal environmental statutes rely on risk assessment to support environmental decision-making, it is important to understand how it functions and risk assessment's implications for the future.
How can environmental remediation and Brownfields redevelopment counsel safeguard environmental justice considerations while representing clients on all sides of remediation, permitting, or redevelopment projects? This panel will discuss the intent and practical application of the New Jersey statute to allow practitioners across the country a preview of likely changes during the years ahead. Our panelists will explore lessons learned from practitioners working on environmental justice and Brownfields redevelopment issues with New Jersey projects