The 2020 U.S. election may influence the course of environmental law, from climate change to environmental regulation and enforcement. Originally presented in English on November 10 by a panel of Sidley speakers, including former six-term U.S. Congressman Peter J. Roskam, the Korean recording provides a unique perspective for Korean companies with U.S. operations who need to understand the potential environmental law and policy changes in the United States under a new administration. The first of its kind by a major law firm, the program is led by Sidley associate Allison H. In and touches on the elections for President and the U.S. Congress, the possible senior officials who may serve in the Biden administration, and significant changes in environmental regulations, enforcement, and policies.
Allison In is a member of Sidley’s Environmental practice group in Washington, D.C. A native of Seoul, South Korea, Allison secured multiple engineering degrees from KAIST and MIT before going on to graduate from The George Washington University Law School. Her environmental law practice focuses on assisting highly regulated companies in the U.S. market, including strategic compliance counseling, defending companies before government authorities such as EPA, and supporting transactions.