Alabama CLE - Energy Law Courses

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  • PFAS: The New Contaminant of Enormous Concern

    As global warning becomes an increasing concern and technology evolves to address it, the issue of “forever chemicals” has moved to the forefront. This CLE course will address the regulations for new varieties of contaminants and PFAS chemicals. The course will address PFAS chemicals as they relate to federal and state regulations surrounding drinking water, the strictest of which is New York State. The course will address the difficulties faced by public water suppliers to ach... More Info

    1General Credit
  • The Federal and Environmental Agenda: 1 Year Into The Biden Administration

    The first year of the Biden Administration offers a great deal in the enactment of federal environmental policies. This comprehensive CLE course will cover the policies of the first year as well as future legislation, Executive Branch policies and future court cases which may be key issues in the coming years. The course will focus primarily on climate change including renewable energy sources, regulation issues surrounding “forever chemical” such as PFAS, Clean Air act stationary and... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Meteorology and the Law: Hazardous Weather Preparedness and Litigation

    Weather-related lawsuits primarily stem from a failure to properly prepare for weather-related events, whether due to lack of knowledge or misinformation. Advance preparation for major or even minor weather hazards can protect lives, property and communities, particularly in a changing climate. This CLE course will introduce a survey of the field of forensic meteorology and explain how weather data is analyzed to reconstruct past events and anticipate future ones. The course will provi... More Info

    1.2General Credits
  • The Rights of Nature: Theory, Laws, and Emerging Jurisprudence

    This CLE course will present lawyers with the fundamentals of creating legally enforceable rights for ecosystems, which is an emerging area of environmental law which elevates protections to a level comparable with human civil rights laws. The course will explain the legal theory behind “rights of nature” laws and will also examine the anatomy of laws that have already been adopted by US municipal governments. Case studies on the enforcement of rights of nature laws as well as of inter... More Info

    2.5General Credits
  • The Biden Administration Environmental Agenda

    President Biden’s first day in office was a whirlwind of executive orders, many designed to change the environmental rules enacted by Trump which created sweeping changes to regulations governing environmental and natural resources. This CLE course will explain these changes, specifically those impacting climate change and other Clean Air Act initiatives as well as new directions for the Clean Water Act, the Endangered Species Act and waste management. More Info

    1General Credit
  • Climate Change Solutions

    New York currently has three major offshore wind projects underway. These projects are typically very complicated and include a large variety of government agencies. New York enacted a climate change law calling for an increase in renewable energy, including 9,000 MW of offshore wind energy. This CLE course will explain these new climate laws and the various stages in offshore wind energy projects from the initial regulatory and permitting process to the involvement of government agenc... More Info

    1.1General Credits
  • New Challenges For Brownfield Redevelopment: Emerging Contaminants

    The Brownfield Cleanup Program was supposed to remediate the contamination of former industrial sites for new uses. But just as states across the country were to implement it, a new class of contaminants called “Emerging Contaminants” or “Forever Chemicals” arose, complicating the sites’ development. This CLE course will explain the benefits of the Brownfield Cleanup Programs and explain the various financial and liability release incentives it contains. Ongoing issues with this remediat... More Info

    1.4General Credits
  • The Emerging Environmental Crisis

    The issue of emerging contaminants in our drinking water is a fascinating and relatively new area of environmental law. This CLE course will begin with a focus on efforts to protect our supplies of drinking water under the Safe Drinking Water Act, a federal statute regulated many, but not all, of these contaminants. In fact, there is an entirely unregulated segment called emerging contaminants. Presented by New York environmental attorneys James Rigano, Nicholas Rigano and Alyse Delle Fave, the... More Info

    2.1General Credits
  • Oil, Gas, and Mineral Leasehold Issues

    In the interaction between landowners and oil companies, owners have the upper hand and oil companies are increasingly forced to sign leases that are owner-friendly. Presented by Oil and Gas attorney and expert Josh Stein, this CLE course will offer strategies for drafting leases, explain how to protect clients—both landowners and oil companies—and how to correct or exploit errors and ambiguities in lease agreements. The course will review the most common ambiguities and explain how the various... More Info

    1.4General Credits
  • Preparing and Reviewing Oil and Gas Title Opinions

    Faulty titles in vast tracts of Texas land combined with a lack of standardization in how title opinions are drafted has made professional, well-written opinions that can be relied upon an instrument of negotiation in disputes. Routinely sold between landowners and oil companies, these title opinions may be used as a basis for settlement even decades after they are written. This CLE course, presented by Oil and Gas attorney Josh Stein, will address the different forms of title opinions and their... More Info

    1.8General Credits
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