The Environmental Law Section is honored to present its fifth annual Lifetime Achievement Award to Mary Nichols. Introductions by Ellen Peter, Lifetime Achievement Award Co-Chair and Chief Counsel to CARB, and Ann Carlson, UCLA School of Law. For over 45 years, Mary D. Nichols has been at the forefront of environmental law and policy, working steadfastly in the public interest to improve air quality and tackle climate change. She has […]
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Register today for this important program explaining the new Prop 65 warning requirements in California, with a speaker from OEHHA answering your questions. The program will be October 10 at noon at the LACBA. Register here.
Bick Law LLP Publishes an Article in Law360 – A New Question On Tribal Fishing Rights For High Court
The U.S. Supreme Court recently heard oral argument in Washington v. United States, a case involving the off-reservation fishing rights of 21 Native American tribes in the Pacific Northwest. At issue are culverts built by the state of Washington under roadways it constructed across salmon-bearing streams. The tribes allege the culverts allow the passage of water, but not the passage of salmon, and thus are an unlawful interference with tribal […]
The Bick Law LLP team worked together last month to donate gently used business clothing as part of the 8th annual “Suits or a Cause” clothing drive. WHW, an Irvine-based nonprofit organization, hosts this yearly clothing drive as part of their mission to provide resources and skills to unemployed and underemployed job seekers. The “Suits for a Cause” drive is focused on providing business and casual clothing to help jobseekers tackle […]