The Environmental & Sustainabilty Committee helps ACC members effectively represent their clients on environmental matters and develop in-house environmental programs. It offers numerous resources on key topics such as environmental due diligence and environmental reporting requirements.
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Upcoming Teleconference Meeting
Thursday, December 12, 2013 at 1:00 PM ET, 6:00 PM GMT
Legal Quick Hit (Webcast presentation during the meeting)
Managing environmental compliance issues across the globe is more challenging than ever and increasingly requires guidance from local foreign counsel. Managing local foreign counsel across multiple jurisdictions and ensuring your company receives sound, timely - and actionable - legal advice provides its own set of challenges. This ACC Quick Hit will outline tips for finding good local environmental counsel, working with them to get what you need when you need it, and keeping budgets in check along the way. Russ LaMotte, Principal, Beveridge & Diamond, P.C. Madeleine B. Kadas, Principal, Beveridge & Diamond, P.C.
Recent Committee Developed Resources
Dec 2013 Top TenSponsored by Beveridge & Diamond, P.C.
This Top Ten presents the Top Ten ways to leverage the environmental attributes of your consumer products without incurring FTC liability.
Aug 2012 Top TenSponsored by Saul Ewing LLP
You’ve been seeing emails about your company’s “green team”, or perhaps your CEO has appointed someone to look into this “sustainability thing”, and now you are scheduled for a meeting to talk about ...
Feb 2012 QuickCounselSponsored by Saul Ewing LLP
As a practical matter, the EPA pursues civil actions about ten times more frequently than criminal ones, but criminal investigations, when initiated, are pursued vigorously. Read this QuickCounsel ...