Practical Solutions to Manage PFAS Risks: A Webinar for Buyers, Sellers, Owners and Operators

June 8, 2021, 11am-1pm CDT
Register here.

Please join Holland & Knight and Ramboll for an informative CLE presentation on managing risks for buyers, sellers, owners and operators of properties where per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) could be present.

This is not an introductory webinar on PFAS. Rather, our panel of speakers will share practical solutions to identify and mitigate risks related to PFAS for those interested in acquiring a business, operating a business without knowledge that PFAS issues exist, conducting site investigation/remediation activities in response to known PFAS issues and divesting the property. Our panel will also identify environmental legal issues and ethical considerations that in-house counsel may encounter in these scenarios.

The presentation will be split up into four main areas:

  • Acquisition
  • Operations
  • Divestiture
  • Investigation/Remediation of PFAS-Contaminated Sites

A case study will be used to illustrate specific challenges and regulatory compliance considerations for each scenario. Panelists will leave time at the end for a Q&A session. We hope you can join us for this highly informative presentation.

Moderator

  • Stephen J. Humes  |  Partner, Holland & Knight

Speakers

  • Dianne R. Phillips  |  Partner, Holland & Knight
  • Meaghan A. Colligan  |  Associate, Holland & Knight
  • Eric S. Wood  |  PHg, LSP, Principal, Ramboll

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