The speaker will discuss key international and domestic factors that will be exerting pressure on energy companies to provide more comprehensive and substantive climate risk disclosures to stakeholders and their investors. "Rising Above the Storm: Climate Risk Disclosure and its Current and Future Relevance to the Energy Sector" was the lead item in the publication's 39th volume.
Harvey L. Reiter, Partner, Stinson Leonard Street
Harvey currently serves as Executive Editor of the Energy Law Journal.
Harvey Reiter represents clients in the natural gas, electric utility and communications industries, primarily before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the Federal Communications Commission and the federal appellate courts. His clients have included natural gas distributors, governmental agencies, the World Bank, electric utilities, cogenerators, gas and power marketers and Internet service providers. He has provided legal counseling, litigation, appellate, transactional and other legal services, including 20 oral arguments before various federal circuit courts of appeal.
Natalie Nowiski, is a recently graduated Law Center's Environment, Energy & Natural Resources Center's LL.M. program. She earned her J.D. from the University of Toronto and completed her undergraduate education at McGill University in Montreal.
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