Nov

    The Vermont Environmental Court: What's Unique About It and How Are Conflicts Resolved?

    12 PM EST

    AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION
    Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources

    Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee

    In co-sponsorship with Committees:
    Environmental Litigation and Toxic Torts
    Energy and Natural Resources Litigation
    Environmental Enforcement and Crimes

    PRESENT:
    The Vermont Environmental Court:
    What's Unique About It and How Are Conflicts Resolved?

    Friday, November 20, 2015
    12:00 noon - 1:00 p.m. Eastern

    Via teleconference

    No CLE credit

    The call will be recorded and post it on the Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee webpage within 24 hours from the date of the call and available for future listening. The recording expires after 30 days from November 20.

    Speakers: 
    Judge Thomas Durkin, Vermont Superior Court, Environmental Division
    Cindy Cooke, Environmental Mediator, Adamant Accord

    Program overview:

    The  Vermont Superior Court, Environmental Division ("Environmental Court"), is a trial court with state-wide jurisdition. It hears a wide variety of cases including enforcement actions brought by the Agency of Natural Resources and the Natural Resrouces Board as well as municipal land use enforcement cases and state permit matters.

    Judge Durkin will give an introduction to the Environmental Court, discuss the Court's specialized docket, and provide an overview of the Court's environmental mediation program.  Cindy Cooke, an experienced mediator of cases in the Environmental Court, will discuss the Environmental Court from the perspective of a mediator.

    Q&A:

    Question will follow the presentations via telephone.  However, if you have a particular issue or question that you would like the speakers to address during their presentation, please e-mail Joe Siegel in advance, at jsiegel@law.pace.edu.

    Don't miss this opportunity and please invite other potentially interested colleagues!

    For any other questions please contact:

    Cristina Vautier at (312) 988-5625 or cristina.vautier@americanbar.org

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    The Vermont Environmental Court: What's Unique About It and How Are Conflicts Resolved?

    Event Details

    Format

    Teleconference

    Date

    Nov 20, 2015

    2015-11-20T12:00:00-05:00 2015-11-20T13:00:00-05:00 The Vermont Environmental Court: What's Unique About It and How Are Conflicts Resolved?

    AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION
    Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources

    Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee

    In co-sponsorship with Committees:
    Environmental Litigation and Toxic Torts
    Energy and Natural Resources Litigation
    Environmental Enforcement and Crimes

    PRESENT:
    The Vermont Environmental Court:
    What's Unique About It and How Are Conflicts Resolved?

    Friday, November 20, 2015
    12:00 noon - 1:00 p.m. Eastern

    Via teleconference

    No CLE credit

    The call will be recorded and post it on the Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee webpage within 24 hours from the date of the call and available for future listening. The recording expires after 30 days from November 20.

    Speakers: 
    Judge Thomas Durkin, Vermont Superior Court, Environmental Division
    Cindy Cooke, Environmental Mediator, Adamant Accord

    Program overview:

    The  Vermont Superior Court, Environmental Division ("Environmental Court"), is a trial court with state-wide jurisdition. It hears a wide variety of cases including enforcement actions brought by the Agency of Natural Resources and the Natural Resrouces Board as well as municipal land use enforcement cases and state permit matters.

    Judge Durkin will give an introduction to the Environmental Court, discuss the Court's specialized docket, and provide an overview of the Court's environmental mediation program.  Cindy Cooke, an experienced mediator of cases in the Environmental Court, will discuss the Environmental Court from the perspective of a mediator.

    Q&A:

    Question will follow the presentations via telephone.  However, if you have a particular issue or question that you would like the speakers to address during their presentation, please e-mail Joe Siegel in advance, at jsiegel@law.pace.edu.

    Don't miss this opportunity and please invite other potentially interested colleagues!

    For any other questions please contact:

    Cristina Vautier at (312) 988-5625 or cristina.vautier@americanbar.org

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