JUNE 8 | 12:00 – 1:00 EASTERN, HYBRID FORMAT
JENNIFER SMOKELIN WILL PRESENT SMBS WITH A FRAMEWORK THAT GUIDES THEM TO DEVELOPING A STRATEGY FOR NAVIGATING CLIMATE REGULATION.
The University of Pittsburgh Center for Sustainable Business is proud to host Jennifer Smokelin, Esquire, partner at Reed Smith and Pitt Law adjunct professor for a strategy primer. She will present a framework that small and medium businesses can use to develop their company strategy for navigating the dynamic and uneven climate legislative landscape.
The strategy primer will cover:
- Why have there been increasing policies, laws, and litigation when it comes to climate?
- How can uncertainties regarding these new laws be navigated?
- What resources are available and how can you implement them?
This event is recommended for:
- Risk management teams
- In house legal teams
- Business strategy teams
This is a hybrid event, and online attendees will receive a zoom link closer to the event date. Lunch will be provided for in-person attendees, please contact us with any access or dietary needs.
- Virtual attendance $5
- In person attendance $10
- 1 Continuing Law Education (CLE) credit is available for attending this event. The processing fee for the CLE is $30.