Environmental Law 2018
UNEARTHING COMPLEXITIES IN THE SUBSURFACE: SOIL AND GROUNDWATER ESSENTIALS FOR LAWYERS
Tuesday, February 5, 2019 - 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm | Questions about registration? firstname.lastname@example.org
REGISTER TORONTO REGISTER WEBCAST BUY INSTITUTE PASS
Providing effective legal advice and representation to clients who are seeking to acquire or who already own a contaminated property, requires a comprehensive understanding not only of the law and regulatory regime, but also of the science behind contamination in soil and groundwater, including chemistry, engineering, hydrogeology and much more.
Join us for advanced insights into the contamination of soil and groundwater and learn through a detailed discussion of case studies. Leading environmental consultants will walk you through the science behind contaminant migration, common consultant errors and emerging remediation techniques. Learn how to build on and use foundational technical information in advising clients at the transaction phase and in litigation. Experienced environmental lawyers will share tips on conducting an effective discovery and negotiating practical and creative solutions to resolve contained land disputes. Attend this program to learn how you can navigate the ethical issues that arise when working with consultants and in preparing and examining experts.
Register now to gain the essential information you need to confidently handle contamination of soil and groundwater cases.
ACCREDITATION, PRICING & FORMATS
Professionalism Hours: This program contains 0h 30m
Substantive Hours: This program is eligible for 2h 30m
Member: $300 | Student Member : $195 | Non-Member: $450
This program is offered in Toronto | Webcast
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Programs Cannot Overlap. This Is Non-Transferable.