LLW attorneys will participate in the Florida Chamber’s 33rd Annual Environmental Permitting Summer School July 16-19th in Marco Island. LLW is proud to be a long-time supporter of the event and will also host its annual networking event on-site. Nine LLW attorneys will present at the conference this year:
Terry Lewis will participate in a panel titled Florida’s Environment, Water Policy, the 2019 Legislature and Beyond
Stephen Walker will participate in a panel titled Lake Okeechobee and The Estuaries: A Water Management Balancing Act (Part 1 & 2)
Andy Baumann will moderate a panel titled Sovereign Submerged Lands and Aquatic Preserves
Al Malefatto will participate in a panel titled Hot Topics/Emerging Issues in Waste Management (Advanced Discussion for Practitioners)
Brenna Durden will participate in a panel titled Recent Developments in Property Rights
Kevin Hennessy will participate in a panel titled Permitting and Development in the Coastal Marine Environment
Fred Aschauer will participate in a panel titled Coastal Construction Control Line Permitting and a panel titled Strategies for Avoiding Litigation under NEPA, CWA, and ESA and Updates on Evolving Regulations and Policies Under the Trump Administration
Seth Behn will moderate a panel titled Emerging Trends in Transportation Planning and Infrastructure: How Do We Get There from Here?
John Wallace will participate in a panel titled Beach Renourishment and Nearshore Hardbottom
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