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Environmental Risk & Liability Conference.

Date: 22/07/2016 | DCS News, Energy & Natural Resources, Environmental

Davidson Chalmers’  very own Laura Tainsh will be speaking at the upcoming event Environmental Risk & Liability (14 September) conference in London where she will be speaking in more detail about the current landfill tax regime and associated risks of non-compliance as well as other legal considerations relating to waste.

On-going changes to environmental regulation, as well as laws governing the use of data and contracts for infrastructure and development projects, mean there is an increasing need for environmental business professionals to have an awareness of their environmental responsibilities.

Ahead of Laura’s conference session, ‘Waste: Detailing Key Legal Considerations to Minimise Your Liability in Waste Management’, she participated in a Q&A session with the conference organisers. You can see Laura’s answers to these questions here.

This Environmental Risk & Liability conference, produced jointly by Brownfield Briefing and Environment OnSite, will bring together a number of expert lawyers and environmental regulators who will provide you with up-to-date information on recent legal updates and case law, as well as providing practical guidance on minimising and protecting against the potential risks to your business and brownfield, infrastructure and development projects. You can find out more about the conference here.

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