Much of the uncertainty about the definition of this term, and where federal jurisdiction exists, is the result of U.S. Supreme Court decisions that have attempted to articulate a definition of “waters of the U.S.” In an effort to provide more clarity to the regulated community, on March 25, 2014, the EPA and Army Corps jointly released a proposed rule that redefines and broadens the scope of “waters of the U.S.,” re-energizing a decades-long debate regarding when there is federal jurisdiction over certain water bodies, including wetlands. On Tuesday, May 20, 2014, please join Foley's Environmental attorneys for a presentation on the Clean Water Act and this recent development, including:
Foley’s Environmental Law Update Web Conference Series provides participants with needed information in the most efficient manner possible — only a telephone line and Internet access are required to participate. Environmental leaders can stay up-to-date with timely information from anywhere in the nation.
There is no cost to participate in this program, but pre-registration is required. We look forward to having you join us. For more information on registration, Web conference log-in assistance, or to obtain CLE credit, please contact Ellie Kemmeter at email@example.com.
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