Tuesday, March 6 – Wednesday, March 7 The Emerging Contaminants Summit focuses on the latest developments in the detection, fate and transport, risk assessment, treatment, and regulation of emerging contaminants. This summit is the only conference/workshop that addresses mitigating the presence of emerging contaminants across all environmental media, including surface water, groundwater, drinking water, wastewater, recycled water, soils, and sediments.
Roux’s Adam Love, Ph.D. and Lydia Dorrance, Ph.D. will give a poster presentation entitled “Outlook of Environmental Forensics in Distinguishing Sources of Perfluoroalkyl and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances.“ This presentation on perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, provides insights into the potential application of environmental forensic techniques commonly used to investigate the source, timing, and contribution of these emerging contaminants. Read more
Click here to register or learn more about the Emerging Contaminants Summit.
Tuesday, February 27 Join the University of New Hampshire (UNH) Career and Professional Success for their Spring Career & Internship Fair. With 240 employers coming from all industries and sectors to Wildcat Country, get on the path to lifelong success at this event. All students and members of the UNH community are invited to attend. The UNH Alumni Association will also be taking free LinkedIn headshots for all interested attendees.
Click here to view testimonials, videos, and see which employers will be at the fair.
Thursday, March 1st – Friday, March 2nd At the Sheraton Grand Nashville Downtown, DRI’s Toxic Torts and Environmental Law Committee in conjunction with the American Chemistry Council will host the Toxic Torts and Environmental Law Seminar. This seminar offers opportunity to learn the newest techniques in forensic science for defending and prosecuting environmental cases; discuss where we stand after a generation of federal environmental law; and meet and reconnect with colleagues and experts during a variety of networking events.
Roux will be sponsoring a special Speed Networking event the Wednesday evening before the Seminar. Additionally, Adam Love, Ph.D. will present on “What, Me Worry? Environmental Reopeners” as part of Thursday afternoon’s Regulatory Tract. Dr. Love will be joined by Christopher Alviggi of Alliant Insurance Services, Inc. and C. Nicole Sullivan of BASF Corporation. The panel will take the mystery out of reopeners by sharing the legal basis for reopeners (under CERCLA and various state laws), and provide real-world examples of legal and technical developments that have or may trigger reopeners. Click here to register, and download the event brochure here.
Complimentary Passes to The Knowledge Group Webinar Featuring Roux’s Peter Kelso
Friday, March 2nd, 3 – 5 pm (ET) • Post-Confirmation Liquidation and Litigation Trusts in Business Bankruptcies: What Lies Ahead in 2018
The Knowledge Group will be hosting a webinar entitled Post-Confirmation Liquidation and Litigation Trusts in Business Bankruptcies: What Lies Ahead in 2018, offering 2 CLE credits. Post-confirmation liquidation and litigation trusts are tools used to resolve certain claims and issues in a Chapter 11 case. To maximize the benefits of these trusts, organizations are required to have a well-drafted reorganization plan and corresponding trust agreement that carefully identifies the claims and interests being retained and deposited into the trust.
The Knowledge Group’s webinar presents a panel of distinguished professionals, including Roux’s Peter Kelso, an expert on bankruptcy reorganization and product liability litigation. Speakers will offer helpful insights on the fundamentals and updates surrounding this topic, share how to avoid arising jurisdictional issues, and provide best practices and tips for businesses to consider when engaging in post-confirmation liquidation and litigation trusts.
Roux Associates has a limited number of complimentary passes to this webinar. If you are interested in a complimentary pass, please click on the button below:
Roux’s Upcoming Presentations
- Thursday, March 1st
DRI Toxic Torts and Environmental Law Conference
“What, Me Worry? Environmental Reopeners” presented by Adam Love, Ph.D., Christopher Alviggi (Alliant Insurance Services, Inc.), and C. Nicole Sullivan (BASF Corporation)
- Tuesday, March 6th – Wednesday, March 7th
Emerging Contaminants Summit
Adam Love, Ph.D. to present “Outlook of Environmental Forensics in Distinguishing Sources of Perfluoroalkyl and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances”
- Thursday, March 15th
CICI’s Annual RCRA Training Seminar
Martin Hamper to present “RCRA Annual Refresher”
- Sunday, April 8th – Thursday, April 12th
Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds
Thomas Patterson to present “Limitations and Lessons Learned from Applying In Situ Chemical Reduction to Treat VOCs and Metals in a Geochemically Complex Aquifer”
Wednesday, February 21 Members of Roux’s New York headquarters and Logan Township, New Jersey office will be attending two career fairs on this day. First, the Engineering & Computer Science Career Fair at Hofstra University on Long Island, New York: open to all students seeking full-time, part-time, and internship opportunities in the fields of Engineering and Computer Science.
Next, Roux will attend the NJIT 2018 Spring Career Fair, featuring a diverse group of students from a broad range of academic majors and degree levels who are seeking full-time, part-time, co-op, and internship positions.
Thursday, February 22 The following day, members of our Oak Brook, Illinois office will attend the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) Career Fair, which is held twice a year. The CEE job fair brings many company recruiters to campus and offers students the opportunity to find internships and full-time positions.
To read more about these fairs, click on the links above or click here to see all of our upcoming fairs.
The National Ground Water Association, or NGWA, makes up a community of groundwater professionals looking to advance the knowledge of their field through advocacy, education and outreach, cooperation and information exchange, and enhancement of professional practices. Through their public educational organization, the NGWA Foundation, each year the Henry Darcy Distinguished Lecture Series in Groundwater Science is held to present breakthroughs in groundwater science and technology, while fostering interest in the subject. The series, named after French engineer Henry Darcy, is presented annually all over the world.
This year’s lecture, “Alpine Hydrogeology: The Critical Role of Groundwater in Sourcing the Headwaters of the World,” will be presented by Masaki Hayashi, Ph.D. Dr. Hayashi is a professor in the Department of Geoscience at the University of Calgary, a Research Chair in Physical Hydrology, and his main research interests include the connections between groundwater, surface water, and atmospheric moisture in various environments. His lecture discusses how a new understanding of alpine hydrogeology has been emerging, and demonstrates how we can gain valuable insights into groundwater in challenging environments and develop a conceptual understanding of hydrological systems.
This month, the lecture series will take place along the east coast of the United States in places like Buffalo, New York and Gainesville, Florida, moving onto South America and Canada in March. To find a lecture near you and learn more about the series, please click here.