Best Practices For Responding To An Environmental Disaster CLE
Best Practices for Responding to an Environmental Disaster

$95.00

Clear

Live Webcast/Rebroadcast – You watch the course online at the specified date and time shown below. You can ask questions and receive answers during the course.

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Course Description

Live Webcast – December 17, 2020

  • 8:00-9:00am PT / 9:00-10:00am MT / 10:00-11:00am CT / 11:00-12:00pm ET

The immediate response to an environmental disaster is crucial for ensuring the continued safety of a facility, determining whether to resume operations, responding to media inquiries, and diffusing corporate and shareholder concern. Companies may be facing disputes on multiple fronts: government agencies, employees, contractors, and the surrounding community. In spite of the growing proliferation of these disputes, the private sector remains largely unprepared for catastrophic disasters.

Attorney Lauren BrogdonLauren Brogdon
Lauren’s practice focuses on energy, environmental, toxic tort, and complex commercial litigation in state and federal court, including class action and multi-district litigation. Lauren represents energy clients in connection with disputes related to industrial accidents, hydraulic fracturing, disposal and injection wells, chemical exposure, product liability, federal and state environmental statutes, royalty payment practices, and contractual disputes. Lauren also handles a variety of general civil litigation matters involving causes of action for breach of contract, fraud, negligence, nuisance and contractual and common law indemnity.

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  1. Development of facility or company crisis management plans
  2. Conducting risk assessment to determine potential emergency scenarios
  3. Determination of whether and how to investigate the cause of an incident
  4. Analysis of public relations considerations that may impact investigations and/or litigation
  5. Preservation of evidence
  6. Conducting interviews of employees, contractors, and other personnel
  7. Technical investigation
  8. Interfacing with state and federal regulatory agencies
  9. Implications for the class action or MDL context