Monique Cardenas, of the firm's Miami office, will be speaking on a telephone conference today at 12 noon. During the call Ms. Cardenas will discuss crucial information regarding the recently enacted green building Ordinance in the City of Miami Beach. The new Ordinance establishes specific requirements for green building certification within the City, as well as a sustainability fee for owners and developers who fail to meet the new minimum standards of sustainability. Click here for the invitation and dial in information: www.pecklaw.com/images/uploads/news/miami_v9.pdf
Federal prosecutors are looking into possible criminal activist by a Illinois firm accused of importing Mexican workers to remove asbestos, effectively putting a hold on a U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration proceedings against in.
One year in and the city's ban on flimsy, one-use plastic bags is now fully in effect. But is it really reducing pollution or, as some critics charge, is it actually making the problem worse? Our panel examines the ban's impact.
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