Jun

    Recent Developments with Alternative Dispute Resolution in Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Disputes

    12:30 PM EDT

    AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION
    Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources

    Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee, Water Resources Committee, Native American Resources Committee

    PRESENT:
    Recent Developments with Alternative Dispute Resolution in Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Disputes

    Wednesday, June 1, 2016
    12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Eastern
    Via teleconference No CLE credit


    Dial-in information will be included in your registration confirmation e-mail.

    Program Overview:

    In 2015, alternative dispute resolution (ADR) played a prominent role in a number of significant energy and natural resource developments across the United States. Among other examples, 2015 saw the use of ADR and collaborative approaches to settle various CERCLA disputes, create a multi-stakeholder framework to reintroduce spring-run Chinook Salmon in California, and support the resolution of longstanding Indian water rights disputes in Montana. Last year also witnessed the challenges ADR processes can face, including difficulties in obtaining Congressional approval for multi-stakeholder agreements in the Klamath Basin in California and Oregon, as well as legal questions about the scope of confidentiality and privilege protections in mediation proceedings. Co-editors of the SEER ADR Year-In-Review, Lara Fowler and Nathan Bracken will discuss recent developments as well as the key findings and themes that emerged from these and other major ADR-related cases from 2015 that addressed energy and natural resource issues, Resource related issues.

    Moderator: Michele Straube
    Speaker: Nathan Bracken
    Speaker: Professor Lara Fowler

     

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    Recent Developments with Alternative Dispute Resolution in Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Disputes

    Event Details

    Format

    Teleconference

    Date

    Jun 01, 2016

    2016-06-01T12:30:00-04:00 2016-06-01T13:30:00-04:00 Recent Developments with Alternative Dispute Resolution in Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Disputes

    AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION
    Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources

    Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee, Water Resources Committee, Native American Resources Committee

    PRESENT:
    Recent Developments with Alternative Dispute Resolution in Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Disputes

    Wednesday, June 1, 2016
    12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Eastern
    Via teleconference No CLE credit


    Dial-in information will be included in your registration confirmation e-mail.

    Program Overview:

    In 2015, alternative dispute resolution (ADR) played a prominent role in a number of significant energy and natural resource developments across the United States. Among other examples, 2015 saw the use of ADR and collaborative approaches to settle various CERCLA disputes, create a multi-stakeholder framework to reintroduce spring-run Chinook Salmon in California, and support the resolution of longstanding Indian water rights disputes in Montana. Last year also witnessed the challenges ADR processes can face, including difficulties in obtaining Congressional approval for multi-stakeholder agreements in the Klamath Basin in California and Oregon, as well as legal questions about the scope of confidentiality and privilege protections in mediation proceedings. Co-editors of the SEER ADR Year-In-Review, Lara Fowler and Nathan Bracken will discuss recent developments as well as the key findings and themes that emerged from these and other major ADR-related cases from 2015 that addressed energy and natural resource issues, Resource related issues.

    Moderator: Michele Straube
    Speaker: Nathan Bracken
    Speaker: Professor Lara Fowler

     

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    Alternative Dispute Resolution

    Native American Resources

    Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources

    Water Resources

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