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    Financial Overview for In-House Attorneys: Environmental Liabilities, Asset Retirement Obligations, and Setting Reserves

    12:30 PM EDT

    New environmental laws and regulations have brought new accounting, presentation, and disclosure responsibilities to in-house attorneys. These challenges and opportunities will be discussed during this event and a robust bibliography will be offered to attendees. Accounting for environmental liabilities now focuses on the recognition of remediation liabilities, asset retirement obligations, commitments, contingencies, and guarantees. For every transaction, matter, site, capital project, or contract, legal team members now have a pivotal role in identification, prioritization, and settlement of environmental liabilities. This event will review if and when in-house attorneys can make a difference, and why timing is everything.

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    Event Details

    Duration

    90

    Format

    Webinar

    Date

    Jul 16, 2024

    2024-07-16T12:30:00-04:00 2024-07-16T14:00:00-04:00 Financial Overview for In-House Attorneys: Environmental Liabilities, Asset Retirement Obligations, and Setting Reserves

    New environmental laws and regulations have brought new accounting, presentation, and disclosure responsibilities to in-house attorneys. These challenges and opportunities will be discussed during this event and a robust bibliography will be offered to attendees. Accounting for environmental liabilities now focuses on the recognition of remediation liabilities, asset retirement obligations, commitments, contingencies, and guarantees. For every transaction, matter, site, capital project, or contract, legal team members now have a pivotal role in identification, prioritization, and settlement of environmental liabilities. This event will review if and when in-house attorneys can make a difference, and why timing is everything.

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