Steve Jawetz and Roy Prather Presenting IEL Webinar on COVID-Related Delays or Disruption to U.S. Remediation Work

B&D Principals Steve Jawetz (Washington, DC) and Roy Prather (Baltimore, MD) will co-present an Institute for Energy Law (IEL) webinar, "COVID-Related Delays or Disruption to U.S. Remediation Work: Immediate Actions and Future Planning." The program will take place on Tuesday, September 1 at 1:30 p.m. ET.

Unexcused delays in Superfund or other required remediation work can result in significant civil or stipulated penalties and adversely affect company relationships with regulatory agencies. But force majeure provisions, agency guidelines, and practical approaches are available to cope with these kinds of COVID-related delays. In this session, the speakers will help guide attendees through the key issues and available tools to resolve these problems and minimize risks to your company. They will also provide tips on how to plan for future disruptions that may result in delays of required remediation work.

For more information, and to register for this webinar, please visit IEL's website. As the leading law firm for environmental law and litigation, B&D helps clients meet environmental, health, and safety challenges impacting the workplace, including many unprecedented issues posed by COVID-19. Please visit B&D’s COVID-19 EH&S Resource Center for more information, which we will update as developments occur.

Beveridge & Diamond’s Superfund, Site Remediation, and Natural Resources Damages practice group assists clients in litigation and allocation of CERCLA sites, including complex, large-scale sites. We counsel clients on developing case law and requirements under CERCLA and state-equivalent hazardous waste laws. For more information, please contact the speakers.