In 1989, our attorneys represented a client in one of the first administrative enforcement actions under Section 313 of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Know Act of 1986 in EPA Region VIII. The firm also has been engaged in significant compliance counseling on this program for other clients.
Attorney Joseph F. Guida helped establish, and has served as a member of, the Dallas County Local Emergency Planning Committee (“LEPC”), which was appointed pursuant to EPCRA and chaired the LEPC’s “Right-To-Know” Committee. He also initiated, planned, and lectured at, several major conferences on the EPCRA program.
Our attorneys have devoted much attention to the potential legal ramifications of environmental-related terrorism on industrial companies.
We invite you to contact one of our attorneys to discuss how we might assist you in addressing any environmental challenges or opportunities that impact your company’s interests.
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