Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner is sponsoring the Midwest Environmental Compliance Conference (MECC), April 23-24 in Kansas City.
In addition to this sponsorship, Dale Guariglia and Brandon Neuschafer will speak about legal concerns for non-lawyers to EHS and operations personnel; Steve Poplawski will present “Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)/Environmental Social Governance Investments Could Make Your Company More Competitive;” and Erin Brooks will moderate the panel “Contaminated Property: Latest Trends.”
The MECC conference has quickly become the most prominent environmental conference in the Midwest. The annual event brings together thought leaders like those from BCLP to focus on regional issues of predominant interest to both the environmental industry and society as a whole. Programming focuses on the latest environmental policy trends and developments including compliance, permitting, enforcement and other critical EHS issues presently confronting environmental decision-makers. Lawyers in BCLP's Energy, Environment and Infrastructure Practice Group have decades of experience helping clients meet their most pressing environmental and occupational safety and health challenges in the Midwest, throughout the U.S. and – as of April 2018 – around the world.
MECC is hosted by state business and manufacturing associations and supported by U.S. EPA and state agencies, making it an excellent opportunity to exchange ideas with regulators. For more information visit the conference website.