Gaps and Challenges That Led to Groundbreaking Liability Reform in 2011

January 25, 2012

Legislative Office Building, Room 2C, 300 Capitol Avenue, Hartford, CT

New & Innovative Brownfield Opportunities in Connecticut

After decades of struggle with the environmental consequences of our storied industrial past, Connecticut is transforming its agencies, laws, and regulations in a manner that is about to unlock an immense opportunity for brownfield developers interested in Connecticut.

In 2011, the Governor and General Assembly in collaboration with the development community approved landmark legislation that fundamentally changes the liability scheme for privately and municipally owned brownfields and will provide state-certified "clean" sites for sustainable development projects.

Come learn why now, like never before, you should be looking at Connecticut as the land of opportunity when it comes to brownfield redevelopment.

Presenter
Wiggin and Dana Partner Barry Trilling will be part of a series of presentations at this event. Mr. Trilling's presentation, Gaps and Challenges That Led to Groundbreaking Liability Reform in 2011, will start at 9:00 a.m.

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