This panel will discuss what happens when an estate is administratively insolvent, when principals/owners can be liable, reclamation claims and permit-blocking issues, when you can abandon, why secured creditors won’t foreclose, nonprofits’/foundations’ role in clean-ups, and brownfield development.
Reforms to the regulation of infrastructure projects have been a big focus of the current administration. Join us to explore how these changes impact a variety of projects and hear our panelists' thoughts on the potential litigation challenges ahead.
Do you know your per- from your poly- in the world of fluoroalkyl substances and other man-made chemicals? Understanding the complexities of PFAS regulation and management is a must for you and your industrial or military clients. This program will give you the legal and technical introduction you need to address the environmental issues raised by PFAS chemicals. This program, part of the ABA's Section of Environment, Energy & Resources Law (SEER) Essentials series, provides you with the basic knowledge you need to have at your fingertips.
Basic water due diligence is a vital part of every real estate transaction. This program will explain the due diligence issues that need to be on the diligence list and the questions every real estate lawyer should ask.