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Environmental Justice Focus for the Oil & Gas Industry

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Institute for Energy Law |  Environmental |  Justice System
Jamie Thompson |  Thomas J. Grever
60 minutes
Audio and Video
Original Program Date:
May 05, 2021
Access for 6 month(s) after purchase.


The environmental justice movement is gaining momentum with the recent change in administration. This presentation will provide a brief history of the interface between environmental justice and the law, the current status of environmental justice initiatives and what is on the horizon, and the impact of those initiatives on the oil and gas industry.


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Jamie Thompson's Profile

Jamie Thompson Related Seminars and Products

Shook Hardy & Bacon L.L.P.

Jamie Thompson is a partner in the Houston and Kansas City offices of Shook Hardy & Bacon, where he practices energy and environmental law on a national basis. Jamie’s practice includes representing energy companies in regulatory matters and litigation arising from the operation and construction of natural gas, crude oil, refined products, and gas liquids pipelines. With more than 30 years of experience in environmental law, he also represents oil and gas companies and other corporate clients in the environmental approval process for large-scale development and remediation projects, real property and commercial transactions, and environmental cost recovery litigation.

Thomas J. Grever's Profile

Thomas J. Grever Related Seminars and Products

Shook Hardy & Bacon L.L.P.

Tom is a partner in the Environmental and Toxic Tort practice group of Shook, Hardy & Bacon. For over 25 years, he has represented regulated industries in environmental litigation and compliance matters under all major environmental statutes, with particular emphasis on air emissions, water pollution control and property remediation. He regularly represents energy sector clients in enforcement matters before federal and state agencies, in permitting approval and defense for construction of new facilities, and in appellate challenges to federal regulatory initiatives. Before entering private practice, Tom served as an assistant attorney general in the Ohio Attorney General’s Office environmental enforcement section.