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Best Practices for Agency Communications [PODCAST]

Environmental professionals and attorneys are in constant contact with state and federal regulators, in a variety of contexts – regulatory advocacy, permitting, responding to investigations, and enforcement defense. Join representatives of Bracewell’s Environmental Strategies and Policy Resolution Groups for a webinar-tailored version of training sessions aimed at managing the sharing of information and effective exchanges with regulators. We will review key tips and practices for limiting risk and improving the effectiveness of your agency communications.

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Whit Swift, Bracewell Law Firm, Environmental Strategies Attorney
Partner

Whit advises industrial companies on state and federal air quality permitting and regulations, such as Title V operating permit matters and state and federal new source review permitting. He represents clients in environmental litigation matters and has contested permit matters before the Texas State office of Administrative Hearings.

He has experience assisting major manufacturing, energy, chemical, and petrochemical companies to develop and implement state and federal preconstruction and operating strategies, and provided counsel on compliance...

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Christine Wyman, Bracewell Law Firm, Energy and Environment Law Attorney
Senior Counsel

Christine Wyman assists clients in developing policy strategies and implementing them through effective participation in the legislative and regulatory process.  Her work covers a broad range of issues, including energy, environmental, permitting, and pipeline safety.  Her experience includes advocating for energy, oil and gas, and industrial clients before Congress and a variety of federal agencies, including the White House, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Department of Interior, and U.S. Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration.

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