Trump and the EPA: How to Prepare for the Impact on Federal Environmental Regulations, Policies, and Compliance Obligations - On-Demand
Webinar now available On-Demand.
ALERT: President Trump has issued a second delay of effective dates for five major EPA rules after his initial budgetary freeze upon entering office until June 19, 2017. Among these twice-delayed regulations are those focused on CERCLA hazard ranking system revisions, emissions standards for wood manufacturers, civil penalty assessments, pesticide applicator certification, and Risk Management Programs.
What does this mean for the future of emissions standards, air quality, emergency preparedness and overall climate change policies and regulations?
Use this webinar on-demand to find out. Seasoned environmental attorney Rudy Perrino will discuss regulatory changes you can expect from the new Trump Administration and the practical impact those developments could have on your business.
- How to recognize key distinctions among environmental policy, regulations, and law, including key areas such as water quality, air quality and hazardous waste regulation
- The impacts of reduced federal regulatory oversight and stewardship on industry and the environment
- The likely increased involvement of states and citizen enforcers—and how companies can prepare
- Best practices for managing the potential for disparate regulation of industries with multi-state operations and the likelihood of increased stewardship by states
About Your Presenter:
Rudy Perrino, Esq.
Walsworth WFBM, LLP
Rudy Perrino is a litigation and trial lawyer with Walsworth WFBM, LLP. He has significant experience in environmental litigation, compliance and counseling. His experience includes working as an environmental consultant and he has experience in litigating and counseling in several U.S. states, as well as several foreign countries.