Environmental and Land Use Law Section Midyear Meeting & Conference - Intersections: From Ordinary to Extraordinary (May 2017) [C17739]

Environmental and Land Use Law Section Midyear Meeting & Conference - Intersections: From Ordinary to Extraordinary (May 2017) [C17739] - In Stock

Seminar Date: May 11, 2017
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This seminar took place on May 11 - 13, 2017, in Union, WA.

ENVIRONMENTAL AND LAND USE


Product Description:


Environmental and land use law continues to evolve and be part of the current political scene. Don’t miss the opportunity to be updated on critical issues and see how other areas of law intersect with environmental and land use law.

Topics:

  • The latest updates on state and national case law
  • Legislative updates from the 2016 session and what is likely to come in 2017
  • Washington State’s new Environmental Crimes Unit
  • Drinking Water and the Flint water crisis
  • The Hirst decision and implications
  • Hearings Boards’ updates and practice tips before ELUHO
  • Intersections with development, bankruptcy, natural disasters and more!



Table of Contents:

Chapter 1A: At the Intersection of Water Law and Growth Management - Hirst Decision and Implications
Jean O'Meara Melious


Chapter 1B: At the Intersection of Water Law and Growth Management - Hirst Decision and Implications
Tadas A. Kisielius


Chapter 2: Washington State's New Environmental Crimes Unit - Will They Come After Your Client?!
William R. Sherman


Chapter 3: Water System Regulations and the Flint Water Crisis
Jacqueline L. Brown Miller
Mike Means


Chapter 4: Environmental Case Law Update
Erica Doctor


Chapter 5: Environmental Liabilities in Bankruptcy: Treatment, Responsibility and Dischargeability
Timothy R. Fischer


Chapter 6: Environmental "Hot Topics"
Jay Manning


Chapter 7: An Update on Intersections with Agriculture: Everything Comes From the Land
Kristen K. Mitchell


Chapter 8: 2017 State Legislative Update
Robert Hatfield
Jacob Lipson


Chapter 9: Special Considerations in Project Development Planning
Alexandra Gilliland


Chapter 10: Environmental and Land Use Hearings Boards Update
Tracy Williams


Chapter 11: Practice Tips before the Boards at the Environmental and Land Use Hearings Office
Nina Carter
Deb Eddy
Kay M. Brown


Chapter 12: Trials and Tribulations that Can Arise During Brownfields Redevelopment
Maureen Mitchell


Chapter 13A: The Evolving Role of Tribes in Permitting Decisions and Policy
Brian C. Gruber


Chapter 13B: The Evolving Role of Tribes in Permitting Decisions and Policy
Matthew Love


Chapter 14: Land Use Case Law and Hot Topics Update
Richard L. Settle


Chapter 15A: In Case of Emergency: What Happens to Environmental Law in an Extraordinary Crisis?
Allyn Stern


Chapter 15B: In Case of Emergency: What Happens to Environmental Law in an Extraordinary Crisis?
Raymond Swenson


Chapter 16: Update on the Oso Landslide
Diane Meyers


Chapter 17: Ethical Issues and Pitfalls with the Use of Expert Witnesses and Consultants in Litigation
Kelly Wood


Chapter 18: Rules of Professional Conduct (Table of Rules)




Coursebook contains 692 pages