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2016
Cultural Resources Law
Consulting with Tribes on Energy Projects
October 20 - 21, 2016  •  We-Ko-Pa Resort  •  Scottsdale

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Earn Up to 12 Hours MCLE Credit Including 1 Hour of Ethics Credit
Conference Highlights
Enhancing Project Success for All Sides!
 
Dear Colleague:
 
We have assembled a world-class faculty of nationally renowned experts to lead you through
the complex legal, business, and policy issues in historic preservation compliance and
Tribal consultation.
 
You will hear perspectives from Tribal governments, federal and state governments, industry
professionals and consultants.
 
• An Introduction to Cultural Resource Protection
• Clean Water Act Jurisdiction With and Without the Clean Water Rule
• The National Historic Preservation Act
• The National Environmental Policy Act 
• Taking Section 106 Consultation to the Next Level
• Voluntary Engagement with Tribes in Mine Development
• The Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act
• The Canal Act of 1890 and What It Means to You
• Implementing the Commitments to Cultural Resources Protection
• Tribal Conflict Management
• Southern California Edison’s Approach to Tribal Outreach
• The View from Washington, DC
• FERC’s Tribal Consultation Process
• Managing Conflicts Between Traditional Cultural Properties and Energy Development
• Federal Agencies and Native Nations Working on Energy Development Proposals
• Working with Tribes on Private, Federal, and Tribal Lands
• Cultural Resources Protection: A Tribal Case Study
• The Ethics of Dealing with Indian Tribes and Tribal Enterprises
 
Attorneys, consultants, archaeologists, federal, state and local government professionals, Tribal
officials, planners, developers, real estate professionals, law students, historians, and anyone
interested in the field of cultural resources — if you are involved in historic preservation and
Tribal consultation, this Conference is a must-attend!
 
We look forward to seeing you in October.
 
Sincerely,
 
Jon Berkin, PhD, Partner
Program Co-Chair
ERM, Minneapolis, MN
 
Troy A. Eid, Esq., Principal Shareholder
Program Co-Chair
Greenberg Traurig, Denver, CO 
 
New! Wednesday-evening
private tour of the Fort McDowell
Yavapai Nation Cultural Center
and Museum! The Center houses
materials that embody the Tribe’s
historic and traditional values and
documents how the Tribe survived
as a result of their strong attitude
of perseverance.
 
Learn How the Tribe Conducted a
Foreign Repatriation. Presentation
by: Karen Ray, Manager/Curator