November 2, 2017
On November 2, Jamie Auslander (Principal, Washington, DC) will be speaking at the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation's Special Institute on the National Environmental Policy Act in Denver, CO. The third in the Foundation’s highly successful NEPA series, this two-day Special Institute will open with an overview of the NEPA process, requirements, and standards, and then quickly move to focus on advanced topics and new developments.
Jamie will be speaking in a presentation at 1:15 pm titled " Defining the Scope of NEPA Review: “Small Handles” and Connected, Cumulative, and Similar Actions." This presentation will explore the complexities in determining the scope of NEPA review, including special attention to the “small handles” scenario, addressing recent case law developments. A full program for the event can be found here .
The course in total consists of approximately 12.5 hours of continuing education credit, including 1 hour of ethics, if registered in advance.
For more information, please visit the event website .
Beveridge & Diamond offers a full range of counseling, permitting, and litigation services for developers of energy, water, transportation, and municipal infrastructure, including significant experience and capabilities in support of NEPA reviews. For more information, please contact the authors or any member of the Firm’s Natural Resources and Project Development Practice .