The District of Columba Bar
will examine in detail the city's noise laws, regulations and enforcement in a program entitled, "Noise Act Protections in the District of Columbia: Preserving the Peace."
The purpose is to "inform practitioners and citizens of the requirements and application of the District’s Noise Act, and compliance therewith by businesses, citizens and the United States."
Additionally, the panelists will "address reporting Noise Act violations, D.C. Departement of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) enforcement, and private rights of action against violators."
Everyone is invited.Speakers:
Nicholas Majett, Deputy Director for Compliance & Inspections, DC Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs.
Don Masoero, Chief Building Inspector, DC Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs
Bernard Schafer, Senior Assistant General Counsel, US General Services AdministrationModerator:
Robert McKeon, Deputy General Counsel, DC Office of Tax and RevenueDate:
Wednesday, May 7, 2008Time:
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm (Luncheon and Program)Location:
D.C. Bar Conference Center, B-1 Level, 1250 H Street NW (Metro Center)Cost:
$30.00 Section Members and Subscribers
$40.00 Non-Section Members
$18.00 Students and Government and Non-Profit Employees
Reservations are held for 20 minutes after the slated event start time.
No phone reservations will be accepted. Payment must accompany registration to be processed. *
May 7 Noise Act Luncheon
D.C. Bar Sections Office
1250 H Street NW, 6th Floor
Washington, DC 20005-5937
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