Jackson Walker partner Leonard Dougal
will deliver a presentation at the TRWA/TWCA Water Law Seminar
on January 24, 2013, in Austin, Texas.
Mr. Dougal's presentation, "Who Should Pay for Costly Water and Sewer Infrastructure? The Legal Considerations," will address legal issues involved in public-private partnerships for project development, revenue sources to pay for projects and proper methods to establish and defend rates, impact fees, and classes of service. To view Mr. Dougal's presentation, CLICK HERE
The TRWA/TWCA Water Law Seminar
is a two–day event presented by the Texas Rural Water Association and the Texas Water Conservation Association. To learn more about the event or to register, CLICK HERE.
Mr. Dougal focuses his practice on environmental permitting, water rights, and water districts. Mr. Dougal also advises clients on water quality permits, the state voluntary clean-up program, compliance with the solid waste disposal act, and the permitting of new power generation facilities. Mr. Dougal has represented clients in contested hearings before the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, the Comptroller of Public Accounts, and the State Office of Administrative Hearings. He has also represented clients in state district court litigation and in matters before the Texas Water Development Board, the State Board of Professional Engineers, and other state agencies. Mr. Dougal received his B.S. in chemical engineering, with honors,
from the University of Texas at Austin and his J.D., with honors,
from the University of Texas School of Law.