Environmental Law in a Transactional Setting - Protecting Your Business Clients in 2018-2019
October 23, 2018
Environmental liabilities can be expensive (and even crippling) for New Jersey businesses. However, careful planning and troubleshooting can help businesses avoid environmental litigation and liabilities. As effective planners and troubleshooters, private practitioners, in-house counsel and business owners need a working understanding of environmental law to ensure that contracts and business practices comply with current federal and state environmental statutes and regulations.
This introductory seminar, updated for 2018-19, is designed to teach attorneys and businesses involved in transactions how to protect themselves from future environmental claims and potential legal pitfalls. Expert speakers will provide practice pointers and insights into how proactive engagement in environmental issues can reveal opportunities for smarter business strategies, and thoughts on how a failure to adopt such strategies can open businesses up to potential liability down the road.
The seminar brings together experts who will first provide you with a foundation of environmental requirements and related legal and business risk, and then discuss smart business strategies for dealing with environmental issues, compliance, transactions, due diligence, financing and relevant case law.
Whether you are a business lawyer, an in-house counsel, or real estate lawyer, this is a must attend seminar for you!
For more information or to register, please click here.