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Please join us on October 20, 2016 at 5:00 pm at the Smith College Conference Center in Northampton, MA for the Slow Money Pioneer Valley Entrepreneur Showcase which aims to spotlight local farm and food businesses. Klavens Law Group is excited to sponsor this event for the second straight year. KLG's Sarah Matthews is a member of Slow Money Pioneer Valley and on the planning committee for this exciting event.   /continue reading

Klavens Law Group is part of a network of lawyers providing pro bono legal services to qualifying farmers, food producers and food-related entrepreneurs as part of the Conservation Law Foundation's Legal Food Hub.  The inaugural Fall 2016 issue of To Market magazine features an article on the Legal Food Hub, quoting KLG's Jonathan Klavens.  If you are a food entrepreneur or farmer in search of legal help, the Legal Food Hub might be just what you are looking for.    /continue reading

On September 30, 2016 at 12 pm, the Boston Bar Association's Environmental Section will host a brown bag discussion on the topic "The Commonwealth's Pipelines Issue, ENGIE & CLF v. DPU and Where We Go From Here."  Speakers are Melissa G. Liazos of National Grid USA, David Ismay of Conservation Law Foundation, Joe Dalton of ENGIE North America, and Seth Schofield of the Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General.

Facilitated by KLG's Courtney Feeley Karp, co-chair of the Energy Committee of the Environmental Section, speakers will discuss the legal issues raised in the case - ENGIE Gas & LNG LLC v. Department of Public Utilities, 475 Mass. 191 (2016) - as well as strategies to address the Commonwealth's energy needs and climate change goals.

Find event details here.