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About this Program

Nuclear power has become more of a significant issue for everyone around the world as we continue to search for alternative energy sources.  In this CLE, former acting soliciter of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission Sheldon Trubatch provides a meticulous discussion of how, why and when the Supreme Court has supported nuclear power.  His discussion ranges from the specific to the overarching, related to a prevailing mindset of progress and states' rights.  In addition , Mr. Trubatch summarizes all of the significant statutes and regulations governing nuclear power.  This course will be extremely useful for environmental law attorneys, and all interested in getting a better understanding of this important area of the law.

Agenda:

I.      Environmental Issues
II.     Presumption of Safety
III.    Plant Siting
IV.   Limits on NEPA Alternatives
V.    Fear as a NEPA Issue
VI.   Nuclear Waste Release
VII.  Emotional Tort Damages
VIII. Antidumping Duites SWUs

 

Reviews

susan
Winnetka, IL

Instructor was knowledgable and engaging.

Lewis
Elmira, NY

The best I've heard in the total lawline presentation including the 2010 24 credits. I will read the cited cases.

Geoffrey
Chappaqua, NY

Mr. Trubatch is really knowledgeable and communicates his information very clearly. I knew very little about this previously, but now feel that I have a general understanding of what the Supreme Court has said on this subject.

Sarah
Huntington, NY

good coverage of numerous cases on the issue

Pamela
Rochester, NY

interesting presentation

Andrew
Lawndale, CA

Very interesting topic

Aramis
Ventura, CA

good straight presentation

John A.
Fort Sam Houston, TX

Excellent recap of recent nuclear power caselaw taught by a highly knowledgeable and well-prepared presenter.

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Production Date

April 20, 2012

Credits

Alaska
1 General
Arizona
1 General
California
1 General
Missouri
1 General
North Dakota
1 General
Texas
1 General
New York
1 Professional Practice
Georgia
1 General
Hawaii
1 General
New Jersey
1 General
Illinois
1 General
Pennsylvania
1 General
TBLS
1 General