Feb

    Surviving Allocation - Tips & Sanity Maintenance Approaches for Superfund Counsel

    12 PM GMT

    Sponsored by:
    Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources, and the Section's Committees on Superfund & Natural Resources Damages Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution, and the Environmental Law Institute.

    Program Overview:
    With the costs of remediating hazardous waste sites soaring into the Billions, effectively advocating on behalf of clients during allocation processes has become a daunting challenge. The enhanced financial stakes, increased incentives to litigate, and the shear magnitude of the effort combine to strain the sanity of both client & counsel. This presentation, provided by highly experienced Superfund counsel who have survived the Superfund allocation gauntlet will provide participants with the perspective and approaches to effectively represent clients and reach equitable settlement through allocation.


    Moderator:
    David C. Batson, Allocation Specialist, AlterEcho, Washington, DC

    Speakers:
    Nicholas van Aelstyn, Sheppard Mullin, San Francisco, CA
    William H. Hyatt, K&L Gates, Newark, NJ
    Aselda Thompson, Shell Corporation, Houston, TX 

    This is a non-CLE webinar.
    Participants will not receive CLE credit.

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    Surviving Allocation - Tips & Sanity Maintenance Approaches for Superfund Counsel

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    Date

    Feb 14, 2018

    2018-02-14T12:00:00 2018-02-14T13:30:00 Surviving Allocation - Tips & Sanity Maintenance Approaches for Superfund Counsel

    Sponsored by:
    Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources, and the Section's Committees on Superfund & Natural Resources Damages Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution, and the Environmental Law Institute.

    Program Overview:
    With the costs of remediating hazardous waste sites soaring into the Billions, effectively advocating on behalf of clients during allocation processes has become a daunting challenge. The enhanced financial stakes, increased incentives to litigate, and the shear magnitude of the effort combine to strain the sanity of both client & counsel. This presentation, provided by highly experienced Superfund counsel who have survived the Superfund allocation gauntlet will provide participants with the perspective and approaches to effectively represent clients and reach equitable settlement through allocation.


    Moderator:
    David C. Batson, Allocation Specialist, AlterEcho, Washington, DC

    Speakers:
    Nicholas van Aelstyn, Sheppard Mullin, San Francisco, CA
    William H. Hyatt, K&L Gates, Newark, NJ
    Aselda Thompson, Shell Corporation, Houston, TX 

    This is a non-CLE webinar.
    Participants will not receive CLE credit.

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