Mitigating Environmental Liability From Construction Debris and Contaminated Soil
Leveraging Contractual Indemnity, Developing Waste Management Plan, Determining Liability, and Recovering Remediation Costs
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide environmental counsel to mitigate the environmental risks and liability resulting from construction debris and leading to contaminated soil. The panel will offer steps for counsel to all parties involved—landowners, potential purchasers, construction contractors, and so forth—to determine which party or parties are liable for cleanup and recovering remediation costs.
- Risks and liability resulting from construction debris and contaminated soil
- Mitigation of environmental risk
- Determining liability
- Recovering remediation costs
The panel will review these and other notable questions:
- What are the potential environmental risks during construction?
- What steps can counsel for owners, contractors, and subcontractors take to mitigate the environmental risks and liability?
- What best practices can counsel employ to ensure environmental compliance and remediation for cleanup costs?
Sive Paget & Riesel
Mr. Curran’s practice focuses on environmental and construction law, representing residential, commercial and... | Read More
Mr. Curran’s practice focuses on environmental and construction law, representing residential, commercial and industrial real property owners, operators and developers, construction managers, contractors, design professionals, and lenders. He guides clients in navigating complex issues relating to real estate acquisition and development, construction, property management, risk management, and management of environmental conditions at facilities throughout the U.S.Close
Polly B. Jessen
Kaplan Kirsch & Rockwell
Ms. Jessen’s practice focuses on the range of contaminated property redevelopment issues, including environmental... | Read More
Ms. Jessen’s practice focuses on the range of contaminated property redevelopment issues, including environmental due diligence, negotiating purchase and sale agreements, cleanup plans, development agreements and environmental insurance policies, severed mineral interests, and professional service and construction contracting. She advises and represents clients before regulatory agencies regarding remedy selection, administrative orders, cleanup standards, institutional controls, redevelopment, and community relations activities under voluntary cleanup agreements and regulatory orders.Close