MIAMI – July 30, 2018 – Five Greenberg Traurig, P.A. attorneys from the firm’s Environmental Practice spoke at the Florida Chamber Foundation’s 32nd Annual Environmental Permitting Summer School that was held July 17 – 20 in Marco Island, Florida.
The annual event aims to keep Florida Chamber members and organizations informed of environmental/growth management laws and regulations affecting Florida. It attracts more than 850 attendees, including attorneys, consultants, engineers, state and local government officials, developers, landowners, and others.
Greenberg Traurig attorneys presenting at the event were:
- Kerri L. Barsh: Strategies for Avoiding Litigation Under NEPA, CWA, and ESA and Updates on Evolving Regulations and Policies Under the Trump Administration
- Maribel N. Nicholson-Choice: Florida Brownfields: A Comprehensive Technical, Regulatory, and Legal Update
- Jerry Stouck: Federal Environmental Regulation and Enforcement Under the Trump Administration; and Permits Under Attack: Defending Your Permit from all Challengers
- John V. Chibbaro: Florida's Renewable Energy Projects: Updates, Outlook, and Challenges
- Christopher Torres: Strategizing, Handling, and Defending Clients' Interests at Local Quasi-Judicial Proceedings
Greenberg Traurig also served as a sponsor for the 32nd Annual Environmental Summer School, which was organized by Florida Environmental, Inc.
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