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The Trump Effect: Practical Impact on EPA Rules, Regulations, and Oversight That Will Affect Your Company

The Trump Effect: Practical Impact on EPA Rules, Regulations, and Oversight That Will Affect Your Company

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The Trump Effect: Practical Impact on EPA Rules, Regulations, and Oversight That Will Affect Your Company

Live Webinar: Tuesday, June 27, 2017

2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Eastern / 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Pacific


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn the practical impact President Trump’s agenda on EPA rules, regulations and oversight is likely to have on your organization.



One of the greatest challenges facing those charged with complying with environmental requirements is staying abreast of the new and emerging compliance requirements, and integrating them into their planning efforts. This is becoming more critical under President Trump’s administration.

The Trump Administration is proposing to undo, redo, and/or significantly streamline federal regulatory requirements. The administration is also talking about stimulating significant new investments in infrastructure, which will have direct and indirect environmental implications.

Join us on June 27 when our panel— two seasoned environmental lawyers and a senior environmental health engineer—will address significant changes to the federal laws and regulations that will drive much of near and longer term environmental compliance efforts.

You’ll learn:

  • The practical impact of EPA Chair Scott Pruitt’s work so far—and what’s likely coming soon
  • What the EPA’s proposed deferment to the states means for your organization
  • The possible impacts of proposed—and significant—EPA staff cuts
  • How the new administration may change or eliminate existing federal rules and the impact this could have on companies like yours
  • How much deference courts must give to agency decisions
  • The likely fate of Obama’s climate change actions and the prospects for the coal, oil, and gas industries going forward
  • How to identify the tie between infrastructure spending and the environment

About Your Presenters:

Scott Turner, Esq.
Partner
Nixon Peabody LLP

Scott Turner, a partner at Nixon Peabody and chair of the Energy and Environment practice group, concentrates in energy and environmental law, particularly in the permitting and regulation of energy and other infrastructure facilities (e.g., electric power plants, transmission lines, pipelines and landfills).


Libby Ford, QEP
Senior Environmental Health Engineer
Nixon Peabody LLP

Libby Ford, a senior environmental health engineer and a member of the Energy and Environment practice group at Nixon Peabody, works with her clients on various aspects of water quality and wastewater compliance, facility siting and permitting, wastewater treatment and industrial pretreatment, investigating and remediating contaminated properties and the technical aspects of environmental negotiation.


Alison Torbitt, Esq.
Associate
Nixon Peabody LLP

Alison Torbitt is a senior associate at Nixon Peabody in the Energy and Environment practice group. She focuses on compliance and environmental risk strategy and advice for her business and industry clients, as well as negotiating and litigating regulatory enforcement and third-party disputes in state and federal court, and achieving closure for several previously contaminated real properties in California. With a technical background as an aquatic ecotoxicologist, she has first-hand knowledge of the science and business repercussions for the water, air, hazardous materials and spill response notification laws and regulations.

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