An article incorporating the Symposium proceedings is in the process of being prepared. While some meeting materials are included here, others are incorporated in the proceedings article which will be posted here upon availability.
Why this Symposium is Important at this Time
Keynote Address: “In Science We Trust (Or Not): Implications for Managing Natural Resource Issues:
Case Law Since the New Bedford Harbor
Hazardous Waste Case/Site Review: Extracting Lessons Learned and Elements of Successful Scientific and Legal Practices
Oil Spills and Other Incidents Case/Site Review: Extracting Lessons Learned and Elements of Successful Scientific and Legal Practices
Commentary on the International Context of the Symposium’s Proceedings
Keynote Address: “Managing Natural Resource Issues within the Broader Corporate Structure”
Advancing Natural Resource Policy for better Outcomes - Regulatory Reform and Other Opportunities
Summary and Moving Our Deliberations into Action
Transparent Planet- Is Top-Down Environmental Management Obsolete?
Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking Natural Resource Damages for Hazardous Substances, US Department of the Interior (83 FR 43611), August 27, 2018
Cruden, John C., Steve O'Rourke and Sarah D. Himmelhoch, “The Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Litigation: Proof of Concept for the Manual for Complex Litigation and the 2015 Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure”, Michigan Journal of Environmental and Administrative Law, Volume 6, Issue 1, 2016