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Ethics Considerations for the California Water Law Practitioner

BASF Conference Center

You are invited to join Meyers Nave Principal Josh Bloom for a presentation titled “Ethics Considerations in Water Law” at the 25th Annual California Water Law Institute on November 13 and 14 in San Francisco. The conference covers the latest controversies and updates regarding Clean Water Act jurisdiction, the public trust doctrine, water infrastructure, desalination, cannabis, and California’s response to water developments at the federal level. The program is approved for up to 13 hours of MCLE credit, including one hour of ethics.

Environmental law practitioners face unique ethics dilemmas that can be particularly complex when matters involve multiple parties and have the potential to trigger civil and criminal considerations. Josh has presented the Bar Association of San Francisco’s Environmental Section’s Annual Environmental Ethics program for many years, and his presentation at the Water Law conference will offer first-hand insight that covers:

  • Handling conflicts in complex multi-party environmental cases
  • Representing entities and/or employees in criminal and civil investigations
  • Unique confidentiality issues for environmental attorneys
  • Issues concerning conflict waivers

Date: Monday, November 13
Time: 4:30 – 5:30 PM PST
Location: BASF Conference Center located at 301 Battery Street, San Francisco, CA
Registration: Click here for the program agenda and here to register using the Meyers Nave guest pass for the reduced guest rate of $200.