Our multidisciplinary team helps companies anticipate, monitor and respond to emerging issues related to green products, climate change, and use of renewable energy and alternative fuels.
Choosing to operate in a more environmentally sound and sustainable manner is a complex decision. Proactive risk consideration and allocation is essential. Public and private companies and nonprofit organizations struggling to assess the risks and opportunities of “going green” benefit from our group’s unique combination of experience in handling construction, environmental, climate change, intellectual property, product liability and consumer protection matters.
We guide clients through all phases of evaluating the effects of sustainable business practices, from defining and certifying products to complying with federal, state and local legislation and defending green claims in courtrooms across the country. Together with our firm’s intellectual property lawyers, we also provide counsel on securing trademarks for green products.
A discussion between Thompson Hine partners Devin Barry and Joel Eagle. In this podcast, Devin shares some observations on clients’ compliance challenges arising from COVID-19, and discusses with Joel how these challenges can be used to develop future COVID-19 compliance and enforcement defense strategies. Join us for this lively discussion that will be of interest to in-house counsel and EHS managers interested in proactively addressing compliance as the pandemic continues to create challenges throughout 2020.