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ASTM E1527-13: Standard for All Appropriate Inquiry Panel Discussion

  • 11/18/2014
  • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  • Philadelphia Bar Association, 1100 Market Street Philadelphia, PA
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Join SWEP for an Expert Panel Discussion on
ASTM E1527-13:  Standard for All Appropriate Inquiry


DATE: Tuesday, November 18, 2014

TIME: 11:00 noon – 2:00 pm.

Check in begins at 11:00 am. Program will begin by 11:30 and panel will end at 1:30 with time for more one on one questions and networking.


PROGRAM LOCATION: Philadelphia Bar Association, 1100 Market Street Philadelphia, PA


COST: [Lunch Provided]

Members: $10.00

Non-Members: $15.00

Regulators and Students: $5.00

Space is limited so register soon!


EPA’s Final Rule changed the standards for All Appropriate Inquiry.  Come learn from the experts what those changes are about; CERCLA liability protections under the Rule, the rules impact on real estate transactions, and brownfield redevelopment. 


Patricia Overmeyer, will walk us through the process EPA went through in its adoption and discuss CERCLA landowner liability defenses and other changes.  Steve Santos, will walk us through the challenges with gathering risk management information, insuring accuracy while meeting faster and faster time frames.  Sherrerd Steele, will talk about who is using the new rule, who is not and why and what it means to her practice. She has performed over 3,000 Phase I ESAs for every conceivable type of property. 

The program is designed for environmental and real estate professionals, transactional attorneys, due diligence consultants, environmental attorneys or anyone involved in redevelopment.


Patricia Overmeyer, Land Revitalization Coordinator at EPA Headquarters
Steve Santos, Regional Sales Manager at EDR
Sherrerd Steele, owner and President of ephase, Inc

Moderator: Brad A. Molotsky, EVP and General Counsel, LEED AP O+M Brandywine Realty Trust

TRANSIT ACCESS: Easy walk from SEPTA’s Jefferson Station (Market Street East) http://www.septa.org.

PROGRAM CONTACT:   Beth Hyde, Roux Associates, Inc. / 267-226-9692 / bhyde@rouxinc.com

SWEP thanks the Philadelphia Bar Association
for the use of their conference room free of charge. 

Photo Credit: Don Pearse Photographers, Inc., http://donpearsephotographers.com/

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