Publications

John Slavich

  • "Who is the Consultant Working for?" Guida, Slavich & Flores, P.C. (October 2017).

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  • "Seller Beware, Too", Dallas Bar Association Headnotes (August 2016)

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  • "Addressing Environmental Issues in the Acquisition of Operating Assets from Financially Distressed Sellers,"  28th Annual Texas Environmental Superconference (August 2016) (prepared in connection with related speaking engagement.

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  • "Does “No” Mean “No”?" Guida, Slavich & Flores, P.C. (March 2016).

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  • "Seller Beware," Guida, Slavich & Flores, P.C. Environmental Views You Can Use (April 2015).

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  • "Texas Municipal Setting Designations," in Implementing Institutional Controls at Brownfields and Other Contaminated Sites (Second Edition) (American Bar Association, 2012).

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  • “Allocating Environmental Liabilities and Risks by Contract and Making that Stick,” 33rd Annual State Bar of Texas Advanced Real Estate Law Course (July 2011) (prepared in connection with related speaking engagement).

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  • “As If It Isn’t Enough to Have a Non-Performing Loan: Dealing With Environmentally-Impacted Distressed Assets,” 41 Texas Environmental Law Journal 29 (Fall 2010).

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  • “Texas Voluntary Cleanup Program,” in Brownfields: A Comprehensive Guide to Redeveloping Contaminated Property (American Bar Association, Third Edition 2010).

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  • “Dealing with Environmentally-Impacted Financially-Distressed Assets," 22nd Annual Texas Environmental Superconference (August 2010) (prepared in connection with related speaking engagement).

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  • “What Are We Talking About Here? Securities Disclosure Requirements and Climate Change” in The Law of Climate Change (The Center for American and International Law, November 2008) (prepared in connection with related speaking engagement). View this article.
  • “Power Tools: Using Municipal Setting Designations and the Dry Cleaner Remediation Program to Address Contaminated Property in Texas,” 29th Annual State Bar of Texas Advanced Real Estate Course (July 2007) (prepared in connection with related speaking engagement).

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  • “A Practical Approach for Dealing with Environmental Issues that Impact the Development Process,” in Real Estate Development from Beginning to End (January 2007) (prepared in connection with related speaking engagement).

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  • “Who is Getting Taken To The Cleaners? Working With The TCEQ's Dry Cleaner Remediation Program,” North Texas Association of Environmental Professionals (March 2006) (prepared in connection with related speaking engagement).

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  • “Sow’s Ear to Silk Purse: Commercial Redevelopment of Contaminated Property,” ICSC U.S. Shopping Center Law Conference (October 2005) (prepared in connection with related speaking engagement).

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