Choose Site


Earth Day Celebration 2019

Monday, April 22, 2019 {ml-event-to} Thursday, April 25, 2019

Celebrate Earth Day by attending one or more of these webinars during the week starting Monday, April 22.

Webinar 1:
April 22 | 10am PT/1pm ET

The Clean Water Act: In a State of Fluidity
Presenters: Duke McCall and Doug Hastings
A number of ongoing developments are impacting the reach of the Clean Water Act, including EPA’s revised definition of “waters of the United States,” litigation over discharges into groundwater, and litigation about when jurisdictional determinations may be challenged. We will cover how each of those developments have unfolded to date and what could happen in the near future.
Watch the recording >>View the slides >>

Webinar 2:
April 23 | 10am PT/1pm ET

California: Carbon-free Power by 2045?
Presenters: Bill Kissinger and Jack Stoddard
With the passage of SB100 this past year, California has committed itself to making the energy sector of its economy 100% carbon-free. Is this possible? Is this for real? Bill Kissinger and Jack Stoddard, both from Morgan’s San Francisco office, will present on the regulatory pathway and the challenges to attaining this goal and its possible implications on the national energy landscape.
Watch the recording >>View the slides >>

Webinar 3:
April 24 | 10am PT/1pm ET

PFAS Update 2019:  What’s New, and What’s Next?
Presenters: Stephanie Feingold and Drew Jordan
This presentation will focus on developments in the last year in both the regulatory and litigation arenas involving PFAs in drinking water/ groundwater and the current patchwork of PFA policies, procedures, and protections, and what’s on the horizon for the next 6-12 months.
Watch the recording >>View the slides >>

Webinar 4:
April 25 | 10am PT/1pm ET

Environmental Crisis Management
Presenters: Deanne Miller, Yardena Zwang-Weissman, and Randy Levine
We will discuss how to identify environmental crises, approaches to early crisis management, and takeaways from crises.

CLE credit: CLE credit in CA, NY, NJ (via reciprocity), and VA is currently pending.