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Jenner & Block Partner Gabrielle Sigel moderated a panel discussion that explored the intersection of environmental, energy and transportation regulation. Titled “Navigating Key Intersections of Environmental, Energy, and Transportation Law,” the session addressed how myriad regulatory bodies are involved in the regulation of greenhouse gas emissions, including as a result of new environmental, energy and transportation laws. The panel explored the intended and unintended consequences on the energy and transportation infrastructure and markets arising from the latest regulation of emissions and renewable fuels. Ms. Sigel wove these seemingly unconnected regulations into a discussion of their related impacts on legal challenges and business impacts. The session was held on October 30, 2015, during the 23rd Fall Conference of the American Bar Association’s Section on Environmental, Energy, and Resources Law, which was held in Chicago.
Ms. Sigel is co-chair of the Climate and Clean Technology Law Practice and a founding member of the Environmental and Workplace Health & Safety Law Practice. She publishes extensively and is a frequent speaker on environmental law, climate change, and workplace health and safety issues.