ABA Section of Environment, Energy, and ResourcesAuthor: ABA Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources
22 Feb 2019

ABA Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources

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Discussions from the top environmental, energy, and resources lawyers discussing career development, legal issues, and new developments in environmental law.

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    Supreme Court: Recent Environmental, Energy, and Resources Fall Conference Preview

    Join Mary Ann Grena Manley, Deputy Editorial Director of Bloomberg Environment, Alice Kaswan, Professor and Dean's Circle Scholar of the University of San Francisco School of Law, and James May, Distinguished Professor of Law at Widener University Delaware Law School for a podcast previewing our longer, in-depth conversation of the Supreme Court and Recent Environment, Energy, and Resources Cases.

    Join us in San Diego! Register here

  • Posted on 01 Oct 2018

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    26th Fall Conference Preview with Juge Gregg and Shelly Geppert

    Find out more about our 26th Fall Conference with our 2018 Fall Conference Chair Juge Gregg and our 2019 Fall Conference Chair Shelly Geppert. Hear about our Keynote speakers and the great programming that awaits in beautiful San Diego (#SanDiegoInTheFall). Register for the Conference today at ambar.org/environfall

  • Posted on 13 Sep 2018

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    Ethical Considerations in Responding to Written Discovery

    Were you thrown head first into responding to written discovery at the start of your career without much guidance on what’s actually expected of you and your clients?  Has it been a while since you’ve brushed up on the latest federal rule changes affecting discovery?  Are you curious about expectations for discovery of electronically stored information, whether or not block objections are really acceptable, or what to do if your client hasn’t been truthful? 

    If you answered yes to any of the above, please join us as we get up-to-date practice pointers on written discovery responses and ethical considerations. Host Ronnie Gosselin of the Section's Environmental Litigation and Toxic Torts Committee talks with Ameri Klafeta of Eimer Stahl. Find out what you’ve been missing today! 

    Please rate and review us on iTunes. To learn more about our Section, or to join us, please visit www.americanbar.org/environ.

    Be sure to register for the 25th Fall Conference in Baltimore, MD, featuring a diverse roster of speakers and experts on all facets of environmental, energy, and resources law. Visit www.shopaba.org/environfall for full details.

  • Posted on 18 Sep 2017

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    ABA Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources 25th Fall Conference Preview

    Host Roger Martella speaks with Jonathan Nwagbaraocha, Jennifer Wills, and Deanna Ray to preview the upcoming 25th Fall Conference in Baltimore, MD. Experts from around the environmental, energy, and resources law practice will descend on the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront October 18-21, 2017 for the premiere forum for dialogue and deliberation of current and emerging issues. 

    Panels will include reviewing governmental priorities in the Trump administration, discussing upcoming cases on the Supreme Court docket, discussion of trends in civil and criminal enforcement, and much more. 

    Visit the conference website at www.shopaba.org/environfall to get the full details of speakers and panels, and to register. 

    Please rate and review us on iTunes! To learn more about our Section, and to join us, visit www.americanbar.org/environ

  • Posted on 04 Sep 2017

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    Fracking and Tribal Sovereignty: The Pawnee Nation Claim

    In 2015, the Pawnee Nation approved a moratorium on fracking. The region was shaken by a 5.8 magnitude earthquake on September 3, 2016. In March 2017, the Pawnee Nation filed a claim in tribal court, seeking damages from several oil companies, alleging hydraulic fracturing (specifically, wastewater injected into disposal wells) caused an increase in earthquakes, damaging tribal buildings and land. This case could be consequential, in that it was brought in tribal court. It brings to the forefront discussion over tribal sovereignty, and tension between tribes’ concerns about harms to the environment and royalties generated by energy and mineral resources, which many tribes rely on.

    Host Cynthia Harris of the Section's Committee on Native American Resources interviews Professor Taiawagi Helton of the University of Oklahoma College of Law. 

    Please rate and review us on iTunes, and share our podcast widely. To learn more about our Section and to join us, visit www.americanbar.org/environ

  • Posted on 30 Jun 2017


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