January 28, 2020

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Why Should I Care About the Federal Review Process as Long as I get my Permit? [VIDEO]

In this webinar, we discussed why it is critical to actively participate in and influence the review process leading up to a federal permit decision. Getting a permit quickly may not be sufficient if the agency has made basic mistakes that lead to loss of that permit in subsequent litigation challenging the federal process. We explained practical ways to stay involved with the federal process and how private development can be stymied by federal litigation.

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Ann Navaro, Bracelwell Law Firm, Washington DC, Environmental and Litigation Law Attorney
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Ann Navaro advises on and litigates under the federal laws and policies governing natural resources and the environment. After more than 25 years as a top litigator and policy adviser to the federal government, Ann brings exceptional insight and acumen to clients seeking to build infrastructure, produce valuable natural resources, or improve government policies and programs affecting their businesses. She has held senior legal and policy positions at the US Army Corps of Engineers and the US Department of the Interior, including most recently as Counselor to the...

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Sara M. Burgin, Bracewell, Environmental Compliance Lawyer, Water Quality Issues Attorney
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Sara provides counsel to clients on environmental issues, particularly on issues related to water. She advises on permitting, compliance and enforcement matters in association with onshore and offshore wastewater and storm water discharges; issues relating to surface water and ground water rights; water contracts; Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures (SPCC) plan requirements and applicability issues; Clean Water Act (CWA) jurisdiction; issues associated with public water systems at industrial facilities; and dredge and fill permit requirements.

In addition to her water experience, Sara has also counseled clients on industrial solid waste matters related to wastewater treatment facilities and recycling/reuse of treated wastewater and/or solids resulting from treatment.

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