By Juan Carlos Rodriguez (April 1, 2016, 5:34 PM EDT) -- Planning and preparing for the worst are crucial steps for lawyers who want to be at their best when their clients find themselves involved in environmental disasters.
From reviewing a company's history to learn from past mistakes to making certain compliance and risk management are front-and-center concerns, attorneys can be a lot of help to clients in establishing policies and procedures that can hopefully stop a crisis from happening in the first place.
J. Tom Boer, a partner at Hunton & Williams LLP who focuses on environmental litigation and compliance counseling, said sometimes it's difficult for a client to...
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