Natural Resources And Energy Law Cle Luncheon

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Colorado Bar Association says
Project Development on National Forest System Lands

The National Forest System spans over 190 million acres in 44 states and covers approximately twenty percent of the State of Colorado. Private proponents of development projects on these lands face unique challenges. Steven Imig, Director and Shareholder at Lewis, Bess, Williams & Weese, helps energy companies, ski areas, resorts, and other clients navigate development challenges on the National Forest System. He will provide an overview of U.S. Forest Service regulation and practice, the project review and approval process, laws impacting development, and practice tips and pointers.

STEVEN K. IMIG is an attorney and director with Lewis, Bess, Williams & Weese, P.C. in Denver, Colorado. Steve specializes in natural resources, public lands law, litigation, and environmental law. His practice involves oil and gas and resource development, federal land use planning, ski area development, and litigation. Steve also helps clients navigate federal, state, and local environmental permitting and review processes. Steve has a B.A. in economics, magna cum laude, from Bates College; and a J.D., cum laude, from the Georgetown University Law Center. Steve has been a guest lecturer in environmental, natural resource, and administrative law at the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law, and frequently speaks and writes on natural resources and environmental issues. Prior to law school, Steve was an economic consultant specializing in energy markets.

-Valet parking is available at Cru! The cost is $10 with validation, compared to approximately $20 for nearby lots. Meter parking is also available.

Submitted for one (1) general credit.

The cost of the luncheon is $35.00 for section members (seniors over 62, $25.00, and students and law clerks, $10) and $40.00 for non-members. THERE IS NO CALL IN OPTION AVAILABLE. The materials and affidavit will be provided at the program.

Reservations must be received no later than Noon on Monday, November 14. RSVP to on online. All cancellations or no-shows after that time will be charged the cost of the luncheon.
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By: Colorado Bar Association

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