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    Current Environmental Insights Affecting Acquisition, Development and Ownership of Real Estate

    Locke Lord will be hosting a program that will provide the latest information on current environmental concerns relevant to the real estate field. We will provide an overview of current events and provide insight into emerging and developing environmental issues for real estate due diligence, transactions, development and management.

    Program Highlights

    • Federal Legislative and Regulatory Update on Energy and Environment: A View from Washington
    • The Long Arm of California’s Proposition 65
    • Welcome Back, TCE!: EPA Re-Reviews TCE for Publication on IRIS
    • Seeing Through the Fog: Practical Considerations for Vapor Intrusion
    • Looking for Closure: Avoiding and Resolving Environmental Issues in Foreclosures
    • Going Big! Municipal Setting Designations and How They Just Got Easier
    • Staying Polished: Environmental Issues for Asset Managers
    • Keeping it Clean: Steering Clear of Power Washing Enforcement
    • Negotiating Environmental Issues in Transactions: A Serenity Prayer Primer
    • Avoiding Inappropriate Inquiries: The Latest on Complying with EPA's AAI Rule
    • Environmental Jeopardy: Test Your Environmental Knowledge

    CLE

    Locke Lord LLP is an accredited sponsor, approved by the State Bar of Texas Committee on MCLE. This course has been approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of Texas Committee on MCLE in the amount of 3.75 credit hours.

    RSVP

    Please RSVP by October 10, 2011 to Emily Brinkman at ebrinkman@lockelord.com or 214-740-8821.

    For more information on the Dallas program, please click here.

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