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Introduction and Keynote Session

February 16, 2021 at 10:00:00 AM · Eastern Time (US & Canada)
About This Webinar

A welcome from Program Chair Bob McLusky, and a presentation from Tim Hagerty:

The new Biden administration appears poised to take a number of regulatory actions as it seeks to enact its environmental agenda. This presentation will provide a high level overview of what changes to environmental policy we might expect to see over the next four years.

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Member, Frost Brown Todd
Tim counsels the Firm’s clients on environmental compliance, liability, and litigation issues arising under federal, state, and local laws, with an emphasis on natural resources law.
Tim assists clients in obtaining wetlands and wastewater discharge permits and related approvals under the federal Clean Water Act and similar state and local laws. He has extensive experience assisting public and private clients in complying with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and related resource review requirements. He provides advice to clients concerning the requirements of the Clean Air Act, the Endangered Species Act, and the National Historic Preservation Act.
Tim has both provided compliance counseling and represented clients in litigation concerning major electric transmission line and petroleum pipeline projects, large-scale residential and commercial developments, and major highway and transit projects throughout the country. He also has counseled the firm’s mining industry clients in various matters arising under federal environmental laws, and he recently represented a major coal company in federal litigation regarding the regulation of surface mining under the Clean Water Act.
Tim also assists the Firm’s clients in conducting environmental due diligence, negotiating environmental provisions in complex corporate and real estate transactions, and addressing property contamination issues.
Before joining Frost Brown Todd, Tim practiced environmental law with Beveridge & Diamond, P.C., in Washington, D.C.
Webinar hosting presenter
Member, Jackson Kelly
Robert G. McLusky is a Member in Jackson Kelly's Environmental practice
group, focusing on natural resources and environmental litigation. He practices
out of the Firm’s office in Charleston, West Virginia.
Bob has been practicing environmental law at Jackson Kelly for more than three decades, so there isn’t much he hasn’t
seen. He has seen the genesis and evolution of some of the most complicated environmental regulations, giving him the
type of experience that can only be learned through practice. Bob’s practice focuses on energy development and
infrastructure permitting and environmental litigation in West Virginia and surrounding states. He has represented
manufacturing and energy ventures in a broad range of environmental issues, including defending Clean Water Act (CWA)
enforcement actions in federal court for Fortune 500 companies.
Bob’s love for his work and concern for his clients and cases extends to every minute of the day. In fact, he once was so
eager to come to work, he accidentally showed up on a holiday and wondered where everyone was. This dedication has
earned him numerous recognitions, including as the “Top Environmental Lawyer” in West Virginia in the 2011 edition of
Chambers USA.
He has defended Clean Water Act “fill” permits from challenges under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and
the CWA, advised “linear” energy projects on NEPA and Endangered Species Act (ESA) compliance, and defended
NPDES, waste, mining, quarry, and air permits. His work has also included CERCLA cleanup actions, internal
investigations of environmental compliance, environmental permitting strategies, and “Brownfields” projects to rehabilitate
contaminated properties.
He has been listed in Woodward/White’s The Best Lawyers in America® since 1993, Chambers and Partners in the
Natural Resources and Environmental Law practice area, and West Virginia Super Lawyers. Bob is a frequent speaker
and writer and is a past president of the Energy & Mineral Law Foundation.
At home on the West Virginia waters, Bob enjoys whitewater canoeing and paddle-boarding in his spare time.
Tim Hagerty Bio.pdf
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EMLF Energy Policy under the Biden Administration (Feb 2021).pdf
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