Environmental Litigation Strategies and Insights to be Explored at Upcoming ALI CLE Conference
By: ALI CLE
Environmental Litigation not only addresses substantive law, but the advanced skills needed to litigate an environmental case through a unique mix of presentations, panel discussions, and demonstrations. This year, the conference will address pressing concerns around litigating emerging groundwater contaminants and examine the impacts of the Trump Administration on environmental enforcement and litigation.
Other topics to be addressed at the conference include:
· State-initiated and citizen suit litigation
· Selecting, qualifying, and preparing scientific experts
· Allocation and apportionment in CERCLA cases
· Navigating the maze of electronic data
· Third-party neutrals and special masters
· Using graphics and models at trial
"This course is one that can't be missed for lawyers who litigate, or want to litigate, environmental law," said Planning Co-Chair, Daniel Riesel of Sive, Paget & Riesel, P.C. in New York City. "Whether from the perspective of government, private practice, in-house counsel, or NGOs, this program's unique blend of judges and experienced practitioners from a variety of practice areas offers an extraordinary learning experience that can't be matched."
To learn more about this program and to register for the in-person course or webcast, click here.
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