Take Advantage of Early BIrd Rates

Take Advantage of Early BIrd Rates

Published Wednesday, April 26, 2017

 

There's less than a week remaining before the early bird rates for the EMLF 38th Annual Institute expire. Dates for the Annual Institute are May 21-23.

The registration fee includes all sessions and meeting materials in electronic format, reception Sunday evening, lunch and reception Monday, continental breakfasts and refreshment breaks. All registrants will receive a copy of Volume 38 of the Energy & Mineral Law Institute publication in electronic format in early 2018. Guest registration fee covers hosted receptions on Sunday and Monday.

This year's program includes CLE and ethics credits (up to 15 CLE hours in 50 minute states and 12.5 CLE hours in 60 minute states), including this topic:

Regulatory Roundtable – A View from Industry in DC on the Road Ahead in the Trump Administration.

The arrival of the Trump Administration in Washington is having ground-shifting effects across the regulatory landscape, as White House officials have committed themselves and the Cabinet to the “deconstruction of the administrative state.” What does this mean for the myriad regulatory schemes that govern the energy and mineral industries? What opportunities and potential pitfalls may lie ahead? A roundtable of senior-level industry trade association representatives will address these questions and the overall regulatory environment of the Trump Administration for the energy and mineral industries.

Moderator

  • Kirsten L. Nathanson, Crowell & Moring LLP, Washington, DC

Panelists

  • Susan W. Ginsberg, Vice President of Crude Oil and Natural Gas Regulatory Affairs, Independent Petroleum Association of America, Washington, DC
  • Richard S. Moskowitz, General Counsel, American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers, Washington, DC
  • Katie Sweeney, General Counsel, National Mining Association, Washington, DC
  • Sharon Theodore, Director of Regulatory Affairs, Electric Power Supply Association, Washington, DC

Site of the Annual Institute is the Williamsburg Lodge, 310 South England Street, Colonial Williamsburg, located in the heart of the Revolutionary City. Just steps from the action, the lodge boasts a world-class restaurant and convenient access to spa and golf recreation amenities. It is one of the Autograph Collection Hotels, Marriott International’s distinctive portfolio of over 100 independent, one-of-a-kind hotels.

For reservations, call toll free 800.261.9530 (8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. EST). Attendees must identify themselves as registrants for the Energy & Mineral Law Foundation or by the title of the meeting which is 38th Annual Institute. As long as rooms are available, the special rates will apply - the superior rooms (one queen bed) will be $187 plus taxes. The deluxe rooms (2 queens or 1 king bed) will be $219 and a suite will be $259.

Plan on spending extra time in the area visiting the world’s largest living history museum -- enjoy Williamsburg where actors in period costume depict daily colonial life in the streets, stores and workshops. Go to Jamestown and Yorktown, or find your inner child with a visit to Busch Gardens and more.  

For complete program brochure and online registration, click here.