Nossaman recently presented the webinar "WOTS Next? An Update on the Clean Water Act and Regulation of Waters of the State & Waters of the U.S." To hear some of the key points which I discussed concerning current WOTS permitting requirements, please click here for the overview of that topic from the webinar.
If you were not able to attend the full live session, we invite you to watch the on-demand webinar at your convenience. During this presentation, you will learn about:
- The current status of the Navigable Waters Protection Rule;
- The current status of the new federal Clean Water Act Section 401 regulations and guidance;
- Recent lawsuits and court rulings shaping Clean Water Act jurisdiction;
- Updates regarding California’s State Wetlands Definition and Procedures for Discharges of Dredge or Fill Material to Waters of the State; and
- Best practices for delineating jurisdictional areas under WOTS and WOTUS rules.
Click here to watch the full on-demand webinar.
Mary Lynn Coffee has extensive experience providing legal and regulatory advice and counsel with respect to complying with and permitting under CEQA, NEPA and state and federal water quality, wetlands, endangered species and ...
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