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Environmental Law




Presented by:

Attorney Scott Clark

(3 elective CE credit hours)

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Course Description
Instructor Bio

This course provides employing brokers with the necessary knowledge of the serious issues regarding environmental law and how those issues may impact the sale of a property.

Several types of environmental and natural resources issues can impact real estate transactions involving commercial and industrial real estate.  Most commonly, these issues involve contamination on the property and hazardous materials incorporated into or affecting the building.  However, water bodies, wildlife, and mineral resources on or beneath the property; and water supply to the property also can present significant concerns for a real estate transaction.

Please note that this class is for informational purposes, it is not legal advice and does not create an attorney-client relationship.
This course is an edited version from a Live ZOOM session recorded previously with student participation

Environmental Law Course video and Exam

No text is required for this course.

The COX Law Library is a special collection of Real Estate Continuing Education classes written and presented by Colorado’s foremost attorneys. Each class specifically addresses the issues facing Colorado real estate professionals in today’s market.

Colorado Real Estate Commission Approval: # 108602



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Instructor -Scott Clark, Esq.

Mr. Clark is a practicing attorney with the firm of Burns Figa & Will P.C.

He represents clients on a wide range of environmental and natural resources issues, including CERCLA, RCRA, Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, NEPA and ESA matters, Brownfields, remediation, hazardous waste, real estate transactions, litigation, permitting, petroleum storage tank fund, regulatory compliance, enforcement proceedings and regulatory rule making proceedings. Mr. Clark’s practice also includes water rights, real estate, mineral leasing and land use proceedings. Chambers U.S.A. has recognized Mr. Clark as a leading individual in the natural resources and environment practice area.

Mr. Clark is admitted to practice in the Colorado Supreme Court, the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States District Court for the District of Colorado. He also is a member of the American, Colorado and Denver Bar Associations.