May 27, 2015

Allocation/Apportionmnet and Agreements in Cleanups for Superfund and Similar Sites

Please join Dickinson Wright for a “Fourth Wednesday Webinar” titled “Allocation/Apportionment and Agreements in Cleanups for Superfund and Similar Sites”, jointly sponsored this month by the Environmental Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan and the Environmental Law and Practice Committee of the Federal Bar Association. The webinar will take place on Wednesday, May 27, 2015 at 12:00 p.m.

The muddied/muddled waters of cost division in cleanups for Superfund and similar sites, thanks to Burlington, are the subject of a short webinar from Sharon Newlon and John Tatum. Dickinson Wright Attorney Sharon Newlon will review the current state of the law and Mr. Tatum will discuss some strategies for reviewing the factual material at sties to support a settlement. Untangled mixed waste streams, physical separation, time distinctions are possible differentiators. An additional discussion topic will be the costs of failure to reach a settlement and some of the benefits, beyond cost avoidance, of reaching an agreement.

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