One year ago, the United States witnessed its first known case of COVID-19.
The devastating impact of the virus will be felt for years to come and has ushered in a new era of change.
Comparable to many local government entities across the country PMAA members have had to address unique issues during this unprecedented time ranging from the conduct of board meetings to novel human resource considerations and to unexpected economic concerns.
This webinar will focus on:
Recent and projected issues of interest to PMAA members as the country continues to deal with the virus
Potential for federal legislative assistance
In addition, we will explore certain operational changes that municipal authorities and others have implemented because of the virus and which of these changes may continue post-pandemic.
Steve Hann, Esq., Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin, P.C.
Steve Hann is a Principle with the law firm of Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin, where he practices both Environmental Law and Municipal Law. His practice includes representing clients' interests before environmental agencies such as EPA and DEP, and in litigation matters before administrative boards and both federal and state courts.
He regularly counsels clients on water quality related issues, NPDES permitting, TMDLs, wet weather concerns, pretreatment, and stormwater management.
Steve is the East Region Solicitor to PMAA and recently represented the Association in the Chesapeake Bay TMDL litigation case which ultimately reached the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Hann also represents municipal entities throughout Pennsylvania as both Solicitor and Special Counsel.