Cybersecurity Fundamentals for Federal Court Practitioners

Cybersecurity is an increasingly critical part of every entity's existence in the completely networked world of 2020 and beyond.

Navigating cybersecurity in the energy and natural resources sector

Any organization can be the target of a cyberattack, regardless of industry, size, or geographic footprint. Energy and natural resources companies face unique challenges when developing a...

The Social Implications of Mine Closure

Andrew Lillie and Jessica Black Livingston discussed "The Social Implications of Mine Closure" at the World Association of Mining Lawyers Annual Meeting held June 11, 2019 in Marrakesh,...

Soft Targets - Cybersecurity Issues Facing Lawyers and Law Firms

On March 2, 2017, Aaron Oakley and Jessica Livingston Black spoke on the panel "Soft Targets - Cybersecurity Issues Facing Lawyers and Law Firms" at the Thompson G. Marsh Inn of Court in...

Drip, Dribble, or Deluge: Managing the Legacy of Mine-Water Discharges from Historic and Abandoned Mines in the American West

To be published in The Proceedings of the 2016 Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Annual Institute.

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