Speaking Engagement:

Groundwater Regulation in California

 
 
Event Information

Dates:

October 29 & 30, 2015

Location:

Millenium Biltmore Hotel
Los Angeles, CA

This seminar is also available via webcast

MCLE:

11.25 hours

 

Sponsored By:

Law Seminars International (LSI)

Groundwater Regulation in California

Who Should Attend:

Attorneys, environmental and real estate professionals, corporate managers, governmental officials, Tribal representatives, resource managers and planners

Overview:

California's new Sustainable Groundwater Management Act is perhaps the most significant water law to be passed in the last 100 years. For the first time, California will implement broad reaching regulations over groundwater that will be phased in over the next several years. These new requirements will substantially affect future decisions in the areas of land use, the environment, agriculture and municipal water use, and many other aspects of California life.

Join industry experts, leading attorneys and agency officials for a two-day conference regarding the mechanics and implications of the new Act. Topics include statewide perspectives in groundwater management, legal implications of the new laws, practical approaches and requirements for forming Groundwater Sustainability Agencies and developing Groundwater Sustainability Plans, the role of state agencies, funding issues, and practical examples of how real life groundwater disputes are resolved today.

This comprehensive conference will provide local government, agricultural, environmental, attorney and consultant interests with a working knowledge of how to plan for the future under the new groundwater legislation.

Kronick Presenters:

Scott A. Morris
Eric N. Robinson

Registration:

For more information and to register, please visit the LSI website