Law360's Environmental Disaster Survival Guide: Aftermath

By Juan Carlos Rodriguez (April 5, 2016, 2:16 PM EDT) -- After an environmental crisis, an attorney's work for a client will transition into a new but equally important stage that calls upon more familiar skills like investigation and litigation.

It's important for attorneys to not let their efforts lag just because the stress levels decrease when the dizzying pace of immediate response efforts has died down, according to Peter C. Anderson, a former assistant U.S. attorney and leader of Beveridge & Diamond PC's white collar and internal investigations and compliance group in Washington, D.C.

"After the immediate crisis passes, while many company leaders are relieved, they need to recognize that much...

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