Last Chance to Register: “Reopeners – What, Me Worry?” Complimentary Webinar

Reopeners – What, Me Worry?

Tuesday, November 1st • 1:00pm (EST)
Presented By: C. Nicole Sullivan (CSG) and Adam Love, Ph.D. (Roux Associates)

Tomorrow—Reopeners – What, Me Worry? is geared toward demystifying site reopeners in the environmental context, providing you with the tools necessary to evaluate your risk and prepare for a potential reopener. Those that own, develop, remediate, or deal in real property, particularly property currently or formerly used for commercial or industrial purposes, should find this webinar insightful.

This complimentary webinar will be presented by C. Nicole Sullivan, an associate at CSG (Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi PC) with nearly 15 years of experience in the environmental law field, and Adam Love, Ph.D., an environmental consultant who focuses on contaminated properties.

If you would like to register for this complimentary webinar, please click here

CSG

Complimentary Webinar: Reopeners – What, Me Worry?

Reopeners – What, Me Worry?

Tuesday, November 1st • 1:00pm (EST)
Presented By: C. Nicole Sullivan (CSG) and Adam Love, Ph.D. (Roux Associates)

Reopeners – What, Me Worry? is geared toward demystifying site reopeners in the environmental context, providing you with the tools necessary to evaluate your risk and prepare for a potential reopener. Those that own, develop, remediate, or deal in real property, particularly property currently or formerly used for commercial or industrial purposes, should find this webinar insightful.

This complimentary webinar will be presented by C. Nicole Sullivan, an associate at CSG (Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi PC) with nearly 15 years of experience in the environmental law field, and Adam Love, Ph.D., an environmental consultant who focuses on contaminated properties.

If you would like to register for this complimentary webinar, please click here

CSG

Northwest Remediation Conference Featured Presentation by Adam Love

On Tuesday, October 4 Roux’s Adam Love, Ph.D. presented at the Northwest Remediation Conference in Seattle, Washington. The conference’s educational sessions covered three topics: Remediation Technologies & Techniques, Science & Regulation, and Brownfield Redevelopment. Love spoke at the conference under the topic of Technologies & Techniques, in a presentation entitled “The Role of Environmental Forensics.” Sophisticated analytical methods for identifying different types of environmental contamination were addressed in this presentation, followed by how contaminant “fingerprinting” could lead to:

  • Finding a contaminant’s original source;
  • Identifying potentially responsible parties;
  • Supporting site investigation; and
  • Supporting regulatory and legal proceedings.

Presented by the Northwest Environmental Business Council and the Washington Dept. of Ecology, the Northwest Remediation Conference is a technical conference that brings cleanup professionals, regulators, and public sector property owners together to share knowledge, best practices, build relationships, and foster partnerships.

To learn more about Roux’s wide range of services related to environmental remediation and litigation, please contact one of our offices here.

Last Chance to Register for “Did Law Kill Science?” Complimentary Webinar

Did Law Kill Science? Understanding the Impact of Davis v. Honeywell and the “One Fiber Theory” on Asbestos and Environmental Cases

Thursday, October 6, 2016 • 1:00pm (EST)
Presented By: Noel Edlin (Bassi Edlin Huie & Blum LLP) & Adam Love (Roux Associates)

Tomorrow—Please join Roux Associates and Bassi Edlin Huie & Blum for a complimentary webinar presented by Adam Love, Ph.D. and Noel Edlin, Esq. entitled Did Law Kill Science? Understanding the Impact of Davis v. Honeywell and the “One Fiber Theory” on Asbestos and Environmental Cases.

The presentation will highlight the following:

  • The growing difficulty faced by defense teams in light of plaintiffs’ victories based on the one fiber theory (asbestos cases) and the one molecule theory (environmental cases); and
  • The relevant scientific issues and viable defense strategies that will help companies avoid the exorbitant costs that could be associated with trying and settling such cases.


Click here to register for this complimentary webinar.

Bassi Edlin Huie & Blum

Complimentary Webinar: “Did Law Kill Science?”

Did Law Kill Science? Understanding the Impact of Davis v. Honeywell and the “One Fiber Theory” on Asbestos and Environmental Cases

Thursday, October 6, 2016 • 1:00pm (EST)
Presented By: Noel Edlin (Bassi Edlin Huie & Blum LLP) & Adam Love (Roux Associates)

Please join Roux Associates and Bassi Edlin Huie & Blum for a complimentary webinar presented by Adam Love, Ph.D. and Noel Edlin, Esq. entitled Did Law Kill Science? Understanding the Impact of Davis v. Honeywell and the “One Fiber Theory” on Asbestos and Environmental Cases.

The presentation will highlight the following:

  • The growing difficulty faced by defense teams in light of plaintiffs’ victories based on the one fiber theory (asbestos cases) and the one molecule theory (environmental cases); and
  • The relevant scientific issues and viable defense strategies that will help companies avoid the exorbitant costs that could be associated with trying and settling such cases.


Click here to register for this complimentary webinar.

Bassi Edlin Huie & Blum

Roux to Present at FETTI Conference 2016

Wednesday, September 21 – Friday, September 23 The National Forum for Environmental & Toxic Tort Issues (FETTI) hosts an annual conference in the Chicago area, addressing a large scope of environmental issues with nationally recognized speakers and experts. Topics for the FETTI Conference’s informative programs include the ever-changing toxic tort industry, toxic mold, pollution, environmental regulations, and more.

Friday, September 23 at 10:15 am Roux’s Adam Love, Ph.D. of our Oakland, California office will be presenting Did Law Kill Science? Understanding the Impact of Davis v. Honeywell and the “One Fiber Theory” on Asbestos and Environmental Cases, along with Noel Edlin of Bassi Edlin Huie & Blum LLP. The presentation will highlight the following:

  • Understanding the growing difficulty faced by the defense as a result of plaintiffs’ victories based on the one fiber theory (asbestos cases) and the one molecule theory (environmental cases)
  • Scientific and legal issues and viable defense strategies to help companies avoid the exorbitant costs that could be associated with trying and settling such cases

To see the full schedule and register for the conference, click here.

FETTI Conference 2016