October 24, 2018

Brandon Steets to Present on Liability of Groundwater-Surface Water Discharges Under the Clean Water Act at the Los Angeles County Bar Association

Brandon Steets, P.E. (California) will be a panelist in a session entitled "Clean Water Act Jurisdiction: Uncertainties and Practical Implications" at the 17th Annual Environmental Law Fall Symposium Waves of Change: New Developments in Environmental Law hosted by the Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA) at the Omni Los Angeles Hotel from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. on November 9, 2018.

Other panelists presenting with Brandon are Sam Brown, Partner, Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP; and Michael Josselyn, President and Founder, WRA, Inc.

Brandon is a Senior Principal Water Resources Engineer based in California with more than 17 years of experience focused on helping clients develop cost-effective solutions to their complex regulatory compliance issues related to state and federal water quality requirements for surface water. He specializes in NPDES and TMDL regulations, pollutant source investigation and special study design, monitoring, modelling, and Green Infrastructure planning and design.

LACBA, founded in 1878, is one of the largest voluntary metropolitan bar associations in the United States, with over 20,000 members. LACBA serves attorneys, judges, and other legal professionals through 26 sections, committees, networking events, live and on-demand CLE programs, and pro bono opportunities, as well as public service and informational resources.

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Learn more about the event: https://customers.lacba.org/Interactive/Event_Display.aspx?EventKey=110918ENV.
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