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Is It Really Still Possible to Close Environmental Cases in California?

May 18, 2023 8:30 am PST Free Webinar

Join Frost Brown Todd LLP and Murex Environmental, Inc. as we present, “Is it Really Still Possible to Close Environmental Cases in California?”

Presentations and panel discussions will feature regulatory agency supervisors, along with leaders in the environmental consulting and environmental legal fields.



  • Jose Diaz, Unit Chief, Site Mitigation & Restoration
    Program, Department of Toxic Substances Control, Chatsworth Office
  • Nick Amini, Senior Water Resources Control Engineer, Regional Water Quality Control Board, Santa Ana Region
  • Robbie Ettinger, Senior Principal Environmental Scientist, Geosyntec Consultants
  • Jon Rohrer, Principal Hydrogeologist, Roux, Inc.
  • Jay Tufano, Partner, Ring Bender, LLP

More panelists to be announced soon.

Click here to register via Zoom.

This program is pending approval for MCLE credits in California.

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Thierry R. Montoya


Santa Ana, CA

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