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July 10, 2016

Water Law Seminar Aug. 23, White Plains

Half Moon Seminars is offering an all-day seminar on Water Laws and Regulations, Tuesday, August 23, 2015, at the Crown Plaza in White Plains. The program will address the development of water laws: quantity, quality and usage, complying with water quality laws and regulations, water utility regulation, the reach of water and wetlands regulations and water use in natural gas and petroleum production. I will give the opening presentation on the development of water laws. CLE credit for attorneys and engineers is available. For more information, visit the seminar website.

Posted by Rachel Treichler 07/10/16.

 

 

 

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