Electronic Waste Compliance and Enforcement: Emerging Trends
Managing Hazardous E-Waste to Meet Federal and State Law Requirements
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide environmental counsel with current awareness of the recent enforcement trends related to electronic waste (e-waste). The panel will review the requirements under federal and state environmental laws for proper disposal, reuse and export of e-waste.
- Recent enforcement trends
Federal and state law requirements
- Best practices for e-waste compliance
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What are the recent government enforcement priorities and trends related to e-waste?
- What are the export requirements that counsel must understand in advising a company or client of its obligations in disposing of e-waste?
- What best practices should counsel follow to ensure proper compliance with both federal and state law requirements for disposal of e-waste?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Arnold & Porter
Her practice focuses on complex environmental litigation and regulatory compliance counseling, with particular focus... | Read More
Her practice focuses on complex environmental litigation and regulatory compliance counseling, with particular focus on RCRA; the Clean Air Act; and CERCLA. She advises clients in investigations, litigation, and other enforcement actions. She also advises on environmental auditing and environmental aspects of corporate transactions, including identifying and evaluating potential environmental liabilities associated with manufacturing facilities, negotiating, and drafting environmental provisions in corporate agreements.Close
She focuses on business and regulatory aspects of environmental law, and is experienced in green and sustainable... | Read More
She focuses on business and regulatory aspects of environmental law, and is experienced in green and sustainable business practices and carbon reduction programs. She has extensive experience representing PRPs and PRP groups at multiparty Superfund sites. She was an adjunct professor of environmental law at the University of Hartford and is a frequent author and speaker on environmental topics.Close