Glenn A. Harris


Mr. Harris will serve on a panel providing guidance to counsel advising parties involved in contaminated site cleanups on protecting the contribution interests of potentially responsible parties (PRPs) in seeking cost recovery against other PRPs.

The panel will review these and other key issues: 

  • When can a PRP seek contribution from other PRPs under CERCLA Section 107? Under Section 113? 
  • What are the ramifications of the recent appellate rulings in Hobart Corp., Trinity Industries, Solutia v. McWane, and Bernstein v. Bankert, among others? 
  • How does a settlement affect a PRP’s ability to recover costs from other PRPs? 
  • What is the impact of contribution protection on a PRP’s ability to recover costs from other PRPs?

Ballard Spahr clients and colleagues receive a 50 percent discount on registration. Click here for more information.

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