Pacific Northwest

Timberlands Management:

Regulations, Litigation, and Business Considerations

Thursday, March 15 & 16, 2018 - Portland, OR


Available In:


OR CLE: 12.5 General Credits
WA MCLE: 12.5 Law & Legal Credits
CA CLE: 13.0 General Credits
AK CLE: May Claim Credits
ME CLE: 12.66 General Credits
GA CLE: 6.0 Self Study Hours

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Topics covered

Agriculture, Air Quality, Animal, Biofuel, Climate, Energy, Environmental, Forestry, Government, Habitat, Insurance, International, Land Use, Natural Gas, Oil, Solar, Toxic Waste, Tribal, Waste Water, Water, Wave

Who Should attend

Attorneys, Conservationists, Foresters, Government Employees, Land Planners


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Seminar Overview

Please join our Program Co-Chairs Greg D. Corbin, a partner with Stoel Rives LLP; and Galen G. Schuler, Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Affairs for Green Diamond Resource Company in Seattle, along with the outstanding faculty they have assembled. These topics will be covered:

  • Special Presentation: Evolving Timberland Investment Structures and Strategies
    by Kurt J. Akers, Asst. Sr. Investment Ofcr., Washington State Investment Board; Olympia, WA
  • Impact of the New Administration on the Timber Industry
  • Clean Water Act Update
  • Endangered Species Act Update
  • Oregon State Regulatory and Litigation Update
  • Washington State Regulatory and Litigation Update
  • Treaty Rights, Cultural Considerations, and Land Management
  • Recreational Immunity and Liability Update
  • Insurance in Timberland
  • Anatomy of a Timberland Transaction
  • Global Trade in Timber and Fiber – International Drivers
  • Air Regulations, Biomass, and Carbon Markets
  • Practice Pointers for Energy Projects on Timberlands
  • Forest Legacy and Conservation Easements: A Panel Discussion