Verdant Law is pleased to announce that Irene Hantman will be moderating a panel on the federal government’s suspension and debarment authority. The program, “Suspension and Debarment an Administrative Tool for Addressing NonCompliance: Perspective from EPA,” is sponsored by the ABA Sections on Administrative Law and Environment, Energy, and Resources. It will be hosted at EPA Headquarters Tuesday, May 15, 2012 from 12:00 – 1:30 EST. Additional details are set out below, and available here.
Tuesday, May 15
Suspension and Debarment: An Administrative Tool for Addressing NonCompliance: Perspective from EPA
The Section of Administrative Law, Environmental Law Committee and the Section of Environment, Energy and Resources In-House Counsel Committee invite you to attend a Brown Bag program 12:00-1:30 EST Tuesday, May 15, on the federal government’s suspension and debarment authority. Companies subject to these actions are unable to participate in government contracts, subcontracts, loans, grants, and other assistance programs. Being subject to such an action, or even the threat thereof, can have an immeasurable impact on a company, and can serve as a powerful incentive for a company to improve its compliance program. The effect of suspension and debarment by a Federal agency is government wide and can be extended to include subsidiaries and parent companies. Join SEER’s In-House Counsel Committee and EPA officials to learn how the Agency uses suspension and debarment as a tool for deterrence, what constitutes an actionable offense, and the regulatory framework. The program will also present industry perspectives and address control systems and remediation efforts.
- Stacey Dey-Foy, EPA
- Irene Hantman, Verdant Law PLLC (Moderator)
- Richard Pelletier, EPA
- Steve Solow, Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP, Washington, DC
- Mike Walker, EPA
To attend this brown bag on-site free of charge at EPA or for remote participation contact Alice Mims: (202) 564-6069 or email@example.com.