Seminar Number

8282

 

Early
Registration Fee:

$355

On-Site
Registration Fee:

$375

ENVIRONMENTAL LAW SECTION SUMMER SEMINAR

JULY 26-27, 2013

Omni Amelia Island Plantation
6800 First Coast Highway
Ameli Island, Florida
1-888-261-6165

Reduced Fees (you must register via mail or Fax for Reduced Registration Fees):
Government Attorneys:  $255
Non-Profit Attorneys: $255
Students: $185

CLE Hours:
8 CLE Hours
including 1 Ethics Hour, 1 Professionalism Hour and 3 Trial Practice Hours

Co-Sponsors:
Environmental Law Section, State Bar of Georgia

Presiding:
Kimberly Ann “Kasey” Sturm, Program Chair; Stack & Associates, P.C.; Chair, Environmental Law Section, State Bar of Georgia, Atlanta

FRIDAY •  MAY 17, 2013
7:15
Registration and Continental Breakfast
(All attendees must check in upon arrival. A jacket or sweater is recommended.)
8:00
Welcome and program overview
Kimberly Ann “Kasey” Sturm
8:15
KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Sustainable Commerce
Peter Appel, Professor of Law, University of Georgia School of Law, Athens
T. Rick Irvin, PhD, JD, Registry Consultants, Athens
9:00
Georgia Water Policy in 2013: The Flint River and Beyond
Gilbert B. Rogers, Southern Environmental Law Center, Atlanta
Bennett A. Weinstein, Georgia Environmental Protection Division, Atlanta
9:45
Reading the Tea Leaves—What litigation says about the direction of the Clean Air Act
C. Max Zygmont, Mowrey Meezan Coddington Cloud LLP, Atlanta
10:30
break
Move to break-out session – Track 1
10:45
RECENT CHANGES TO GEORGIA’S RULES OF EVIDENCE
Hutton Brown, GreenLaw, Atlanta
Randall J. Butterfield, King & Spalding LLP, Atlanta
11:30
IQBAL / TWOMBLEY
Edward A. “Skip” Kazmarek, Kazmarek Geiger & Laseter LLP, Atlanta
Move to break-out session – Track 2
10:45
Who Needs Paul Revere?—Knowing how contamination arrives and how to stop it.
James R. Henderson, P.E., truGround Environmental, LLC, Atlanta
Kimberley J. Hale, Kazmarek Geiger & Laseter LLP, Atlanta
11:30
RCRA APPLIED TO RETAIL AND PHARMACEUTICAL WASTES, HOW TO MANAGE A WORK IN PROGESS
Gregory W. Blount, Troutman Sanders LLC, Atlanta
12:00
water reuse—brand protection, social licensing, reuse options and building the case for strategic water reuse investments
Alton P. Hobbs, Jr., Vice President, Energy and Industry, MWH Global, Inc., Alpharetta
Reginald Prime, Director, Environmental Affairs, The Coca Cola Company, Atlanta
12:45
Recess
SATURDAY  •  JULY 27, 2013
8:00

Welcome and program overview
John C. Bottini, Georgia-Pacific LLC; Treasurer, Environmental Law Section, State Bar of Georgia, Atlanta

8:15
professionalism
Hon. William S. Duffey, Jr., Judge, United States District Court, Northern District of Georgia, Atlanta
9:15

KEY UPDATES IN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
Douglas A. Henderson, Troutman Sanders LLP, Atlanta

10:00
Paying the piper—Recent developments in mitigating for wetland and stream impacts in georgia and the southeast
Richard E. Glaze, Jr., Balch & Bingham LLP, Atlanta
Bruce Pruitt, PhD, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Athens
10:30

break

11:00
winds of change: developments in energy law
Michael P. Carvalho, Carvalho & Associates, P.C., Marietta
Katherine C. “Katie” Ottenweller, Southern Environmental Law Center, Atlanta
11:30

ETHICS WORKSHOP
David M. Meezan, Mowery Meezan Coddington Cloud, LLP, Atlanta

12:30
ADJOURN