Ryan Carra and Jimmy Slaughter Speaking at ABA SEER's 2019 Spring Conference

Principals Jimmy Slaughter and Ryan Carra (Washington, DC) will speak at the American Bar Association Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources (ABA SEER)'s 48th Annual Spring Conference, taking place in Orlando, FL, from March 27 to 29. ABA SEER is the premier forum for environmental, energy, and resources lawyers, and the annual Spring Conference is a meeting place where practitioners can find the most current and sophisticated analyses of the complicated issues facing their practice.

Jimmy will participate in a panel titled "What Happens When Recyclables Become Trash, Wastes Go Astray, or the Status of Naturally-Occurring Materials is Changed?" The session will take place on March 28 from 2:15pm to 3:45pm (MDT) and will consider the state of recycling, both in the United States and the international arena, and provide insight into advising clients in the face of emerging legal issues, including regulatory, litigation, community relations, and environmental justice.

Ryan will participate in a panel titled "International Product Stewardship Regulations: Their Effect on Integrated Supply Chains and Corporate Transactions," which will take place on March 29 from 10:30am to 12:30pm (MDT). The panel will provide an overview of the chemical inventory programs and related classification systems that clients may face in the United States, the European Union, China, South Korea, and many other countries that can, along with their associated supply chain and regulatory enforcement mechanisms, create complications for corporate mergers and acquisitions, purchase and sale of goods, and joint ventures.

CLE credit will be available in some jurisdictions.

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