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11th Annual Kentucky Environmental Conference

Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP is proud to be the presenting sponsor for the 11th Annual Kentucky Environmental Conference held by the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce. This conference will have the latest information on Kentucky and federal environmental policies and regulations, as well as information on new environmental compliance mandates. Attendees will gain insight into the major environmental and regulatory issues that affect Kentucky facilities and will have the opportunity to hear several Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP professionals speak at the conference.

Carolyn M. Brown will be giving the Opening Keynote, “Obama’s Second Term—Impact on the Kentucky Air Program” at 8:45 a.m. on Tuesday, March 5. Brown will discuss what President Obama’s re-election means for the Kentucky air program and how businesses will be impacted. She will also discuss the latest federal air program developments and their anticipated effects on Kentucky.

Jennifer J. Cave will speak during Workshop D: “Liability for Contaminated Property: The Legal and Regulatory Landscape (Including Kentucky’s Bona Fide Purchaser Exemptions)” at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, March 5. This program will review Kentucky’s existing cleanup program, introduce new implementing regulations, and provide guidance for liability protection.

Robin B. Thomerson will be a part of Workshop F: “The Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act Reporting Requirements” at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, March 5. Workshop F will examine EPCRA reporting requirements to inform participants which facilities must report, the information that must be reported and compliance dates for reporting.

R. Clay Larkin will be a part of the 11:30 a.m. Luncheon Keynote, “Civil and Criminal Environmental Enforcement Trends” on Wednesday, March 6. This program will provide an overview of recent federal, state and citizen enforcement initiatives under a variety of environmental laws with a focus on the Environmental Protection Agency’s 2013 Enforcement Initiatives. The program will also cover industries that have been identified as key enforcement priorities and address efforts to expand the scope of civil and criminal liability into new areas.

Jack C. Bender will be the speaker during Workshop N at 2:15 p.m. on Wednesday, March 6. His presentation, “How to Respond to a First-Time Technology-Based BPJ Limit in Your Draft KPDES Permit,” will review the various factors and considerations that should be taken into account in establishing best professional judgment (BPJ) effluent limitations in draft Kentucky Pollutant Discharge Elimination Systems permits.

To learn more about the conference or to register, click here.

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    Clay is a partner in the Business Services Department and Energy Practice Group.

    Recognized in the fields of Environmental and Energy & Natural Resources Law by Chambers and Super Lawyers magazine, Clay has devoted a significant ...



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