28th Annual Environmental Law Update - 2016- On Demand
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About the Program
*Co-produced by the Environmental Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin
Who should watch:
- Environmental law practitioners
- Agricultural law attorneys
- Real estate lawyers
- Business lawyers
How you’ll benefit:
- Understand key developments in environmental regulations and case law
- Find out about changes in EPA and DNR enforcement policies
- Stay updated on the state of Wisconsin’s drinking, surface, and groundwater
- Learn about the use and regulation of aerial drones in environmental monitoring and enforcement
- Discover how the audit privilege impacts your clients
- Explore the ethical considerations surrounding enforcement actions
From the Paris Climate Accord to the federal Clean Power Plan, there’s always something new on the horizon in the world of environmental regulations. However, regulations are only effective when enforced.
The 28th Annual Environmental Law Update keeps you current not only on recent regulatory issues, but also on developments regarding enforcement, including:
- Changes and trends in EPA enforcement policies and procedures
- Updates on Wisconsin DNR enforcement priorities and issues
- Privacy and regulatory concerns over aerial drones as enforcement tools
- Ethical entanglements in enforcement actions
What about the audit privilege?
Organizations that voluntarily self-disclose environmental regulation violations may be entitled to certain privileges. Get more details on the audit privilege, how it can impact your clients, and when it makes sense to use it. Also, learn best practices for a regulatory inspection.
Keep your head above water
In addition to substantive updates on air and energy issues, this year’s Update dives into key concerns affecting drinking, surface, and groundwater, such as:
- Lake Michigan diversion under the Great Lakes Compact
- Kewaunee County Safe Drinking Water Act Petition
- Wisconsin’s multi-discharger phosphorus variance
- High capacity wells
Original seminar date - 9/14/16