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LACBA Event Title: Emerging Environmental Issues – What will you and your clients be working on in the future?

 Date: June 7, 2011

Location: Downtown, Los Angeles

The next wave of environmental legal issues is now being discovered in the field and discussed in the technical offices of regulatory bodies. This lunch program will include a panel of nationally recognized experts who will present information on emerging environmental problems they are currently encountering and how these problems are anticipated to lead to future legal issues.

Among the issues that will be discussed: new and/or more prevalent chemicals of concern, lower analytical testing levels, more stringent regulatory standards, and how these findings can affect site cleanup requirements, methods, and costs. As a key example, a case study on the emerging issues related to the solvent stabilizer, 1,4-dioxane will be presented.

Michael C. Kavanaugh Ph.D., P.E., Geosyntec Consultants
Tom Mohr, Santa Clara Valley Water District

For more info, or to register for the very modestly priced event, click here.


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The LA County Bar Association’s Environmental Law Section is hosting an interesting program focused on Proposition 65, the 1986 proposition requiring pre-exposure warnings of chemical health risks, and its emergingrelation to the recent green chemistry movement/laws. The seminar will be held on January 15th, around noon, at the LACBA Conference Center in Downtown.

Here is the program description:¬† (more…)

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