October 2019

The Mining Law Review United States Chapter

The eighth edition of The Mining Law Review is designed to be a practical, business-focused 'year in review' analysis of recent changes, developments, and their effects, and a look forward at expected trends. The review includes insights from leading mining practitioners from around the world. The first part of the review is divided into 20 chapters, each dealing with mining in a particular jurisdiction. The second part of the book has three chapters that focus on financing.

Holland & Hart’s Mining and American Indian Law attorney Karol Kahalley and Energy, Environment, and Natural Resources attorney Erica Nananni are the contributing co-authors for the United States chapter in The Mining Law Review eighth edition. This chapter covers the current trends and developments in mining laws and regulations in the US, including legal framework, relevant regulations, recent political developments, mining rights and required licenses and permits, environmental and social considerations, and more.

Karol Kahalley has been a mining and American Indian law attorney with the Holland & Hart in Denver for 25 years. She has successfully represented clients in acquiring mineral properties and developing mining operations throughout the United States, including on tribal lands. Her work includes hard rock minerals, oil and gas, oil shale, potash, uranium, coal, rare earth minerals, aggregates, and geothermal resources.

Erica Nannini is an associate in the energy, environment and natural resources practice group of Holland & Hart in Reno, Nevada. She advises clients in the natural resources and mining industries on a range of disputes and regulatory issues involving public lands. She also works on a variety of other regulatory issues, including public utilities, water law and geothermal resources.

To read the full United States chapter in The Mining Law Review edition eight, click here.

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