The 4th Annual Class Action Money & Ethics Conference on Mon., March 2 at The Harmonie Club in Midtown Manhattan will feature a panel discussion environmental litigation in regards to climate change.
If there is one issue that affects virtually everyone, from local communities to the world as a whole, it is climate change. For some time, various legal approaches have been tried with climate change claims. Will these lawsuits eventually evolve into class action matters, or are climate change impacts poorly suited for the courts and best addressed by policy makers? The panel will consider recent court decisions such as Juliana vs. United States and the potential role of class action litigation as a response to the consequences of climate change.
Early-bird registration is now open.
Save $100 when you register before Feb. 29.