Law Seminars International Presents: Call from Anywhere for a One-Hour Expert Analysis by Phone on

New Draft Modification to Washington's Industrial Stormwater General Permit
New requirements and strategies for compliance

March 7, 2012
Call in from Anywhere!
TeleBriefing starts at 10-11 am Pacific

Who Should Call In

Attorneys, executives, industry professionals, engineers, and consultants involved in stormwater management.

Why You Should Call In

On February 3, 2012, the Washington State Department of Ecology issued a draft modification to the Industrial Stormwater General Permit. The proposed modifications will have an impact on coverage for transportation facilities under the permit, the basis for consistent attainment of permit benchmarks, numeric limits for fecal coliform and corrective action requirements. The draft modification is open for public comment through March 16, 2012.

In this one hour TeleBriefing, two prominent environmental lawyers representing both industry and environmental viewpoints, along with two consultants who work extensively on permit compliance, will discuss the implications of the proposed permit modifications. Dial in to hear about its effects on industrial stormwater dischargers, the environment, and the regulation of stormwater in other contexts.

What You Will Learn

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Wednesday, March 07, 2012

10:00 am

New Draft Modification to the Industrial Stormwater General Permit

Introduction & Overview

James A. Tupper, Jr., Esq., Partner
Tupper Mack Wells PLLC / Seattle, WA

Environmental Lawyer's Perspective

Richard A. Smith, Esq., Managing Attorney
Smith & Lowney PLLC / Seattle, WA

Engineering Perspective

Kenneth Taylor, President
KTA Associates, Inc. / Seattle, WA

Environmental Perspective

Neil R. Alongi, P.E., Vice President
Maul Foster Alongi, Inc. / Vancouver, WA

11:00 am

Q & A (for up to 30 minutes)



$125 to dial in

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$50 for each additional person on the line who wishes to receive credit

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Cancellation & Substitution

You may substitute another person at any time. If you are unable to join the call, you can download the audio and materials later or we'll send you an audio CD and written materials for an additional $10.

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Call In Info

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If You Cannot Attend

You may download the entire audio and materials for $125 or obtain an audio CD and printed materials for an additional $10. Both options include the written materials. Downloads are available within 48 hours after the TeleBriefing or from the date we receive payment. We will ship a CD order via UPS ground within two weeks after the TeleBriefing or from the date we receive payment.
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Our Distinguished Panel

James A. Tupper, Jr, partner, Tupper Mack Wells PLLC, focuses on environmental law with emphasis on water quality, water resources and shoreline development. He is listed as a "Super Lawyer" by Washington Law & Politics magazine.

Neil R. Alongi, P.E., Vice President, Maul Foster & Alongi, Inc., specializes in assisting the regulated community comply with stormwater regulations through the application of Stormwater Low Impact Development techniques, improved BMPs, and the used of advanced stormwater treatment.

Richard A. Smith, managing attorney at Smith & Lowney PLLC, represents environmental and community groups in litigation involving pollution and natural resource issues.

Kenneth Taylor, President of KTA Associates, Inc., and an environmental engineer, provides high-level environmental consulting services with a focus on innovative and strategic guidance on environmental management and restoration.