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New administrations in Raleigh and in Washington, DC may bring changes in environmental priorities, initiatives, policies and rulemaking.

This manuscript focuses on potential changes and developments that are already in process in addition to updates on noteworthy environmental cases and legislation.

Specifically, it addresses environmental priorities and policies of the new administration in Raleigh, how the Trump administration and the new Congress might address environmental issues, Brownfields Program changes, regulatory responses to TCE exposure risks, environmental litigation in which North Carolina is a party, and developments regarding the attorney-client privilege and work product doctrine.

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Product Information
Product Date:
May 12, 2017
Changes Abound: New Policies, New Priorities in Environmental Law (2017 Environment, Energy & Natural Resources Law Section Annual Meeting) | 2017 | Member E-library
Speaker Information
Caroline Nasrallah Belk   [ view bio ]
Jeffrey F Cherry   [ view bio ]
John Gallagher   [ view bio ]
James L Joyce   [ view bio ]
Mary Penny Kelley   [ view bio ]
Lee Lilley   [ view bio ]
Jessica M Marlies   [ view bio ]
Nathaniel B 'Nat' Mund  [ view bio ]
Bruce Nicholson   [ view bio ]
Warren T Savage   [ view bio ]
Michael Scott   [ view bio ]
William Service   [ view bio ]
Robin W Smith   [ view bio ]
Jeffrey B Tyburski   [ view bio ]
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