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Trends to Watch in Energy Law

Content Provider
LexisNexis
Product
CLE
Date
11/03/2023
Time
1:00pm - 2:00pm Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Presenter(s)
Aaron Eberle
Seats
Available
Learning Method
Virtual Training (WebEx)
Practice Area
Energy and Utilities and Environment
Registration End
11/03/2023

Price $0.00

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Description

Staying ahead of key developments across the broad and rapidly evolving legal, regulatory, and political landscape of U.S. energy law can be a challenging task. This 60-minute seminar will provide discuss the basics of the energy law practice and give an update on several significant legislative, regulatory, and judicial actions and demonstrate effective methods to stay up-to-date as events and issues unfold. After completing this course, you will be able to identify fundamental principles of U.S. energy law and practice that relates to recent events. Recognize noteworthy aspects of specific energy-related legislation in Congress, developments at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and Environmental Protection Agency, and selected cases. Employ varied types of resources to learn more and stay up-to-date with key changes in the energy practice area.

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