Charles Irvine to Co-Host Texas Coastal Law Conference with Jim Blackburn

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On June 8 and 9, Charles Irvine of Irvine and Conner PLLC and Jim Blackburn of Blackburn and Carter will cohost the 2017 conference on Texas Coastal Law. Topics include:

  • Climate Change: The Gorilla in the Room
  • Coastal Fisheries and Water Quality Issues: Cases and Controversies
  • Defending the Coast From Hurricanes: Technical and Legal Issues
  • Erosion and Texas Open Beaches: The Impact of Severance v. Patterson on Public and Private Rights
  • Ethics: Issues Related to Coastal Law
  • Estuaries and Freshwater Inflows
  • Legal Aspects of the San Jacinto Pits: What Advocates Need to Know
  • Legal Issues in Estuaries and Freshwater Inflows: Conservation and Use
  • Lessons Learned from the BP Deepwater Horizon Event
  • The Louisiana Coastal Wetlands Loss Litigation: Understanding Diverse Perspectives
  • Natural Resource Damages Claims: Preparation and Management
  • Permitting along the Texas Coast: Section 10 and Section 404 Issues
  • Potential Tort Liability Associated With Hurricane-Related Spills: Tort Basics for the Premise Owner and Operator
  • Resolution of The Aransas Project (TAP) v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality: The TAP-Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority Agreement
  • Texas Coastal Economic Geography: How the Law Fits Into Coastal Economic Development

The full brochure is available here, and you can register to attend here.