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This course looks at recent developments in the energy/environmental law interface from the regulatory and judicial perspectives. It also examines what might be expected in the new administration.
Identify the key issues along the energy and environmental law interface
Understand the role these energy issues are playing in the development of environmental law
Gain a perspective on the status of existing rules and policies and what might change through judicial, legislative and executive agency action
Jim has over 25 years of experience in federal and state environmental and natural resources regulatory and litigation matters.
Jim's practice focuses on air pollution; climate change law and policy; natural resource laws; hazardous materials transportation; and federal, state and citizen enforcement matters -- particularly those related to the energy sector. He also provides counsel to businesses on domestic and international compliance matters in the environmental context and on corporate transactions.
Jim previously was counsel in the global energy sector at a private firm. Before going into private practice, Jim served for 15 years in the Environment and Natural Resources Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, where he was an assistant chief in the Law and Policy Section, a trial attorney in the Environmental Defense Section, and an agency representative to the White House Climate Change Task Force. He coordinated the Division’s international program and worked on a wide variety of domestic and international environmental policy and litigation matters, as well as trade and investment negotiations and disputes.
Best Part was Trump Era review of Obama initiatives and the administrative law steps necessary for that review .
Fascinating view of the impact of change in Presidential administrations. Excellent presentation!
Please continue to offer updates on this topic.
Absolutely excellent (and remarkably balanced) presentation about the Trump administration's war against our planet's environmental health & sustainability.
thanks - a lot of really helpful information packed into an hour - impressive speaker - thanks!
Jim Rubin, great program! Thank you.
Excellent analysis. Interesting presentation
Very informative regarding areas of future uncertainty.
Good presenter. the change in administrations made this a hard CLE in some ways as it was very open ended - as it would have to be at this point. I hope that he does an updated CLE once things at the federal level get more ironed out.
The presenter was great.
Great speaker. Loved the pace !
Timely and excellent!
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