October 7, 2013

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Geosyntec to Join Participants at 41st Annual Environmental Law Conference March 22-24

Engineers and scientists from Geosyntec Consultants are excited to be among the participants at the 41st Annual Conference on Environmental Law , set for March 22-24 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

The event, organized by the American Bar Association's Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources, will address the core areas of environmental practice and the emerging and evolving legal issues surrounding them. Leading attorneys, academics, in-house counsel, NGO and government representatives, and environmental management consultants will discuss pressing legal issues found across the United States and around the world.

Attending this year's Environmental Law Conference on behalf of Geosyntec will be Paul Brookner (Minneapolis), Rich Kraft (Huntington Beach), Nandra Weeks (Jacksonville), Mike Kavanaugh (Oakland), Bruce Sass (Columbus, OH), Ed Nemecek (Phoenix), and Bob Veenstra (St. Louis). Geosyntec will host a technical roundtable led by Mike on March 22 at 5:15 p.m. entitled Future Challenges and Strategies for Managing Complex Sites Impacting Natural Resources . For more information on the team and their work with the legal community, click here .

"We're looking forward to interacting with our legal colleagues and discussing some of the more challenging issues we've addressed or helped clients mitigate at Geosyntec, including groundwater supply and remediation projects, stormwater management solutions, and the navigation of various regulatory hurdles found throughout the country," Brookner said.

Geosyntec is proud to be an annual sponsor of the ABA's Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources for 2012. This section presents the nation's premier forum for lawyers and other professionals working in areas related to the environment, natural resources, and the energy sector.

It includes more than 1,100 members who enjoy opportunities to enhance their professional skills, stay on top of current developments, and broaden their understanding of various legal issues that apply to the nation's natural resources and power infrastructure.