Beyond Compliance: Addressing PFAS in Transactions and Site Remediation
PresentersJoseph R. Brendel , Christopher B. Clare , Loukas P. Kalliantasis
We invite you to join us for a two-day webinar series exploring some of the risks and challenges posed by per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in real estate and corporate deals.
Part 1: The Uninvited Guest: When PFAS Enters the Transaction
As federal and state environmental agencies continue to focus on and expand the regulation of PFAS, individuals and companies must be sure to give these chemicals adequate consideration when entering into transactions involving real estate and a wide variety of industrial and commercial operations.
Part 1 of this series will address PFAS issues when conducting due diligence, negotiating deal terms, and ensuring post-closing obligations are met.
Part 2: PFAS Contamination: Effective Legal & Technical Responses
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What do you do when the state environmental agency has just identified your company responsible for PFAS that have been detected at concentrations above the state’s action levels in your company’s wastewater treatment lagoon, in the groundwater under your facility or, even worse, in drinking water wells of the company’s neighbors?
During part 2 of the series, we will hear unique insights from a Massachusetts Licensed Site Professional, and our Clark Hill attorneys will lead a discussion on how to address the many legal and technical issues in a carefully coordinated response to the PFAS contamination.
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