Presented by the Environmental Law Section
What Environmental Attorneys Should Know About Bankruptcy Law
In current economic times, environmental attorneys must be prepared for clients becoming involved in bankruptcies, whether it is the client itself or their business partners, suppliers, customers, co-RPs, etc.
||Wednesday, October 7, 2020
||12:00 - 1:15 p.m.
US EPA Region 8 CERCLA Enforcement Section Chief
Chairperson of EPA’s National Bankruptcy Work Group
Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C.
Bankruptcy & Restructuring Practice Co-Chair
Environmental Practice Chair
This program reviews the intersection of bankruptcy and environmental law from three perspectives; a private practice bankruptcy attorney, an environmental regulatory attorney with extensive bankruptcy experience, and an environmental attorney who has encountered bankruptcy complications in their practice.
- The essentials: the bankruptcy stay, claims, abandonment, etc.
- What environmental liabilities and obligations are discharged, what survives
- Section 363 Sales
- Steps to ensure your client’s interests are protected
Catherine W. Johnson, Environmental General Counsel LLP
For a printable flyer, click here.
Event Code: G202907
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