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California Paves the Way With First U.S. Cap and Trade Program

Posted on 29th June, by in Articles. No Comments

Frank Sperduti, a partner at Borden Ladner Gervais LLP with expertise in environmental law, highlights the passing of a Cap and Trade program in California.

Of late, news related to climate change and Greenhouse Gas (GHG) management initiatives in the U.S. has largely been negative.

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Frank Sperduti is a partner with BLG and a member of the Board of Directors and past president of the Ontario Expropriation Association. He practises in the areas of civil litigation and administrative law, with an emphasis on expropriation planning, environmental law, commercial litigation and regulatory prosecutions. For more information on Frank Sperduti please visit: http://www.blg.com/en/home/our-professionals/Pages/Sperduti-Frank.aspx


Changes to Aboriginal Consultation Requirements Impact Archaeologists

Posted on 28th June, by in Articles. No Comments

Frank Sperduti, a partner at Borden Ladner Gervais LLP with expertise in expropriation planning law, highlights changes made to aboriginal consultation requirements for archaeological assessments.

On Monday November 1, 2010 the Ontario Ministry of Tourism and Culture released new Standards and Guidelines for Consultant Archaeologists as well as a new technical bulletin entitled Engaging Aboriginal Communities in Archaeology.

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Frank Sperduti is a partner with BLG and a member of the Board of Directors and past president of the Ontario Expropriation Association. He practises in the areas of civil litigation and administrative law, with an emphasis on expropriation planning, environmental law, commercial litigation and regulatory prosecutions. For more information on Frank Sperduti please visit: http://www.blg.com/en/home/our-professionals/Pages/Sperduti-Frank.aspx


New Bill Changes Municipalities’ Role in Renewable Energy

Posted on 25th June, by in Articles. No Comments

Frank Sperduti, a partner at Borden Ladner Gervais LLP who practises environmental law, highlights the impact Bill 150 may have on the role of municipalities in renewable energy projects.

Bill 150, the Green Energy and Green Economy Act, 2009 (“Bill 150”), had first reading on February 23, 2009. If passed, Bill 150 would enact the Green Energy Act, 2009, amend and repeal 21 existing statutes, and significantly alter municipal involvement in renewable energy projects.

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Frank Sperduti is a partner with BLG and a member of the Board of Directors and past president of the Ontario Expropriation Association. He practises in the areas of civil litigation and administrative law, with an emphasis on expropriation planning, environmental law, commercial litigation and regulatory prosecutions. For more information on Frank Sperduti please visit: http://www.blg.com/en/home/our-professionals/Pages/Sperduti-Frank.aspx