Holland & Hart invites you to attend this complimentary event to learn about the new rule and ASTM standard and how they differ from current industry practice before the November 1, 2006 effective date of the new rule.
Who should attend?
Environmental managers and professionals; real estate attorneys; and in-house counsel specializing in environmental and real estate issues.
The Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), commonly known as Superfund, was enacted by Congress on December 11, 1980. CERCLA imposes liability on persons deemed responsible for releases of hazardous substances into the environment.
The All Appropriate Inquiries Final Rule clarifies CERCLA liability provisions for landowners and potential property owners. The new rule establishes requirements for conducting environmental due diligence in real estate transactions, primarily commercial property transactions.
You will learn about these key provisions in the AAI Rule:
Definition of the environmental professional
Interviews with past and present owners, operators, and occupants
Review of historical information and records
Searches for environmental cleanup liens
Recognized environmental conditions
Expiration of assessments
Presented by Elizabeth Mitchell of Holland & Hart's Environmental practice
Self-parking is available at the Hyatt Garage which is accessible on Glenarm between 17th and 18th Streets. Other parking lots are available just east of 18th Street.