On July 18, Amy Steinfeld will be speaking on Deeper Dive Into Cadiz Water Project Legal Challenges: Overcoming Federal and State Agency Roadblocks and Legal Hurdles at the States’ Rights and the Control of Groundwater Conference in Albuquerque, NM. On August 23, Chris Frahm will be moderating a panel on Property Right or Human Right at the Urban Water Institute’s 25th Annual Water Conference in San Diego.
On June 8, Amy Steinfeld will be presenting on the Cadiz Water Project at the 39th Annual Getches Wilkinson Center Summer Water Conference in Boulder, CO. On June 12 in San Francisco, Jena Shoaf Acos will be speaking at the California Water Law and Policy – 33rd Conference Program.
On April 18 at the National Club Conference, Bradley Herrema will be speaking on Your Club’s Water Supply – Critical Steps to Stay Ahead of the Game. On May 4, Stephanie Hastings and Dylan Johnson will be speaking on Municipal Water Reuse in an Increasingly Complex Regulatory Environment at the City Attorney’s Spring Conference in San Diego. On May 10 at ACWA’s 2018 Spring Conference & Exhibition, Jessica Diaz will be presenting on AB 1234 Ethics with Austin Cho of Downey Brand.
Brad Herrema and Scott Slater will be speaking at the AGWA – AGWT Annual Conference
Monday, February 12 and Tuesday, February 13, 2018 in Ontario, California. On March 21, 2018, Brownstein’s Sacramento team, led by Office Managing Partner Rosanna Carvacho, will be hosting a reception in Sacramento for GRA’s Annual Legislative Symposium attendees.
January 20, 2018 Jessica Diaz will be part of a panel on Green v. Gray Infrastructure in Land Use and Development at the California Water Law Symposium in Berkeley. January 23, 2018 (San Luis Obispo) and January 26, 2018 (Fresno) Jessica Diaz, Chris Guillen and Amy Steinfeld will be speakers at the Water Rights in California … Continue Reading »
November 29, 2017
Amy Steinfeld will be a panelist speaking on Recycled Water: The Race to Purple Pipes and Beyond at the 2017 Fall ACWA Conference & Exhibition in Anaheim.
In light of state mandates to increase recycled water use and in anticipation of regulation of indirect potable re-use, this panel will educate wastewater treatment facility operators and water providers about the numerous regulatory and environmental requirements associated with new and expanded use of recycled water with an emphasis on strategic planning to enable the most expeditious implementation of recycled water projects. The panel will explore Regional and State Board processing and permitting, changes in water rights, environmental considerations resulting from reduced wastewater discharges to water bodies, and grant funding opportunities.
Brad Herrema and Jena Acos are co-chairing the 2017 Groundwater Law Workshop on October 2, 2017 in Sacramento.
Authors: Stephanie Hastings and Amy Steinfeld On Jan. 27, 2017, Santa Barbara-based water attorneys Stephanie Hastings and Amy Steinfeld with Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP convened a historic meeting of nearly 100 of California’s top women in the water industry. This first-ever “California … Continue Reading »
January 27-28, 2017 Stephanie Osler Hastings and Amy Steinfeld are hosting the California H2O Women Conference. This unique, women-only event will include a day-long conference addressing key water topics: the future of imported water, the duty to invest in water infrastructure for future generations, implementation of sustainable groundwater management, and the role of communication in advancing water policy. … Continue Reading »
November 10, 2016 Jena Shoaf Acos and Elisabeth L. Esposito will be presenting California Water Law MCLE for the Santa Barbara Barristers. This focused legal program provides an overview of California water law, including an explanation of the state’s dual water rights system (i.e., riparian and appropriative rights) and recent groundwater legislation. The presentation will … Continue Reading »