2009 Year In Review for the Built Environment – Looking Back to Plan Ahead
Last year was unlike any other year on record for the design, construction and environmental industries. We witnessed an unprecedented economic slowdown, major changes in the regulatory environment and some landmark legal decisions. Success in 2010 will depend on how developers, design professionals, contractors and those in the real estate industry adapt to these changing times. Please join our panel of attorneys from Lane Powell’s Construction and Environmental Practice Group on January 27, for an informative breakfast program that highlights the major legal developments of 2009 and what you can expect in 2010.
7:30 – 8:00 a.m. Registration and Breakfast
8:00 a.m. Introduction and Overview
8:05 a.m. It’s Not the Money, But It Is – Getting Paid
8:20 a.m. Recent Developments Under State and Federal Cleanup Laws
8:35 a.m. What’s New in LEED and Green Building – 2010 and Beyond
8:50 a.m. Major Regulatory Changes for Storm Water Control
9:05 a.m. Construction Projects and Contracting in the New Decade
9:20 a.m. Climate Change: Is the Sky Falling? – EPA’s Endangerment Finding
9:45 a.m. Recent Court Cases That Could Affect the Way You Do Business
Grant Degginger/Andrew Gabel
Questions and Answers
US Bank Centre
Fourth Floor Conference Room
1420 Fifth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101
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Cost for this seminar is $20 prepay online; $25 at the door.