Special Institute on Challenging and Defending Federal Natural Resource Agency Decisions
September 14-15, 2016
Starts: 8:30 AM (Eastern) on Sep 14
Ends: 4:45 PM (Eastern) on Sep 15
Site: Westin Westminster
10600 Westminster Boulevard, Westminster, CO, 80020
This Special Institute will focus on challenging and defending decisions made by federal natural resource agencies, including administrative appeals, judicial review, and the various complex issues associated with those processes. While this conference is appropriate for the sophisticated in-house, outside, or agency practitioner, attorneys and other resource professionals who are relatively new to the practice will also benefit from the insights and experience of our distinguished speakers.
Crowell & Moring's Kirsten Nathanson will be speaking on Justiciability: Barriers to Administrative and Judicial Review. Issues of standing, ripeness, mootness, and waiver of sovereign immunity arise in both the administrative and judicial contexts. Who can participate in the proceeding? What are the agency's defenses? This presentation will explore the issues of justiciability.
Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation
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