Operating in Uncertain Times: Staying On Top of Shifting Environmental Regulations

Staying ahead of federal air and water quality regulatory developments in the Trump Era presents ever-increasing challenges. Between political posturing, challenges in the courts, and frequent agency rulemakings, it can be difficult to ensure operations remain in compliance with the law.

Make sure you are up to speed and join us for an overview and update on developments with regulatory and legal implications for the energy, extractive, and other regulated industries.


Agenda: WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 2018 | 7:30-9:00 AM
Breakfast and Registration | 7:30 AM
Program | 8:00-9:00 AM


Speakers:

Ashley Peck
Partner | Holland & Hart LLP
Ashley represents clients in environmental litigation and compliance matters, serving as a trusted advisor on National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System and Section 404 wetland permitting matters, Section 401 water quality certifications, and other water quality matters.

Jill Van Noord
Of Counsel | Holland & Hart LLP
Jill draws on her substantial regulatory experience to counsel clients on developing air quality permitting and compliance strategies and effectively negotiate resolutions of enforcement actions.

Eric Waeckerlin
Partner | Holland & Hart LLP
Eric represents clients in a wide-range of complex, high stakes environmental litigation and compliance matters. He focuses his practice on air quality matters, but has substantial experience in water quality and waste matters as well.

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Denver, CO 80202

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