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Shari Shapiro, an attorney and LEED Accredited Professional, focuses her practice on green building law, which includes sustainable project financing, regulatory drafting, land use approvals, contracts, and conflict resolution. Shapiro is the Sustainability Coordinator for Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP's Sustainability Initiative. She's also a prolific blogger (greenbuildinglawblog.com). Shapiro spoke with HB Litigation Conferences' Tom Hagy to create three clips. Here, she answers the questions: What does the future hold for U.S. energy regulation? How will it impact the practice of green building law and environmental law? Click and hear what she had to say. More info about recordings and upcoming events on the subject can be found at www.LitigationConferences.com.