Environmental Law and the Trump Administration: What Lies Ahead?

Broadcast Date: Friday, March 24, 2017 from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm (ET)
Communications Law
Justin Savage
Adam Kushner
Susan J. Sadler
Norman A. Dupont


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Dawda, Mann, Mulcahy & Sadler, PLC is dedicated to helping businesses and the individuals who own them.  The firm offers our clients the expertise of a large law firm and the flexibility of a small firm.  The firm is located in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, with a clientele of Fortune 500 companies, financial institutions, publicly and privately owned companies of varied sizes, and emerging businesses located throughout the United States.  We also represent many individuals in their tax, estate and personal planning matters.

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About Ring Bender LLLP

In 2012 lawyers from big-firm law practices (K&L Gates, previously Preston Gates) started a smaller environmental firm with offices in Portland, Oregon, Orange County, California, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The firm’s attorneys have decades of experience in environmental law fields such as CERCLA, RCRA, the Clean Water Act, and the Endangered Species Act. The firm represents both public municipal entities, water districts, and private corporations in interpreting, complying with, and, if necessary, litigating a variety of environmental and resources issues. Other lawyers with similar big-firm environmental experience (Paul, Hastings) have joined the firm more recently to continue to serve its clients by applying the principle: “Common sense, uncommon resolve.”  

Website: http://ringbenderlaw.com/