Jonathan Schneider to Present on Energy and Environmental Policy Under Trump Administration at Energy Bar Association Forum

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Stinson Leonard Street LLP partner Jonathan Schneider is moderating a panel session on the energy and environmental policy of the Trump Administration at the 2017 Environmental Bar Association's Mid-Year Forum Oct. 16-17, 2017 at the Renaissance Downtown Hotel in Washington, DC.

At 9 a.m. Oct. 17 Jonathan will moderate the discussion entitled "A New Sheriff in Town: The Trump Administration's Dramatic New Approach to Energy and Environmental Policy." The speakers will explore the President's decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord, his Executive Orders rescinding Obama era regulations intended to combat climate change and the efforts made to revive the coal industry. The panel will review the anticipated extent and substance of these developments, and how they may change the energy industry and markets in coming years.

The scheduled speakers are:

David Fotouhi, Deputy General Counsel, US Environmental Protection Agency
Benjamin Longstreth, Senior Attorney, Natural Resources Defense Council
Marc Chupka, Principal, The Brattle Group
Andrew McKeon, Executive Director, RGGI, Inc
Paul Bailey, American Coalition for Clean Coal Energy

Jonathan is a partner in the firm's Washington, DC office. For 25 years, he has been active across a broad range of energy issues, ranging from restructuring in the electric and gas industries to traditional rate regulation. He is an experienced administrative litigator, with extensive transactional experience in the regulated arena. He is vice-president of the Energy Bar Association and serves on EBA's board of directors and the boards of EBA's charitable foundation and the Energy Law Journal.

For more information on the forum, or to register, visit the EBA's website.

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