Canada: Contaminated Sites - The Real Law
Last Updated: November 17 2016


The law in Alberta respecting contaminated sites has been developing for over 30 years.

Legal issues surrounding contaminated sites affects landowners, developers, realtors, as well as consultants and contractors working on the front lines. This webinar will provide a practical review of how the legislation is actually being used, recent court decisions, and challenges with brownfield developments.

Presented by Ron Kruhlak, Q.C., Corbin Devlin and Sean Parker, experienced lawyers in the area, this webinar will provide a practical insight on the following topics:

  • Regulatory issues involving Alberta Environment and Parks
  • Recent developments regarding civil liability and court rulings
  • Emerging issues with brownfield developments

Who Should Attend: This webinar will be of interest to developers, contractors, environmental and real estate consultants, realtors, owners or lessors of land which may be impacted, and municipalities.

Date: Wednesday, November 30
Time: Noon - 1:30 pm
Cost: $99


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