Registration Now for the Mine Safety & Health Law Special Institute

Registration is now available for the Energy & Mineral Law Foundation’s Mine Safety & Health Law Special Institute.

The 2018 conference will be held March 21-22 in the U.S. Department of Labor’s auditorium at 200 Constitution Ave., Washington, D.C.

Issues to be covered will include:
  • Topics in 105(c), including updates on Temporary Reinstatement, Interference Claims and more
  • Litigation roundtable addressing timely issues in FMSHRC litigation from industry and government perspectives
  • Use of privileges in internal investigations, MSHA investigations, discovery and the 110 context
  • MSHA jurisdiction and the impact of the Sixth Circuit’s Maxxim Rebuild decision
  • Update on Criminal Law in the Mine Safety context
  • The Mine Act and Constitutional Law: The Appointments Clause, the Sixth Amendment and more
  • The latest on two of the Mine Act’s heaviest sanctions: Flagrant Violations and Pattern of Violations
  • ALJ Panel: Key issues and tips for practitioners from a diverse panel of Judges

A reception will be held after the sessions on March 21.  For information on being a sponsor, click here. Email Sharon Daniels if you want to be a sponsor.

Conference chairs are Arthur M. Wolfson, Jackson Kelly PLLC, Pittsburgh, PA, Donna Pryor, Husch Blackwell LLP, Denver, CO, and Jonathan R. Ellis, Steptoe & Johnson PLLC, Charleston, WV.
To register online or download the registration form, click here. To view the e-brochure, click here.

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