GREENBERG TRAURIG LLP: Greenberg Traurig’s Christopher L. Bell & John Voorhees Author Book on International Environmental Risk Management
Greenberg Traurig LLP issued the following announcement on Sept. 1.
Shareholders Christopher L. Bell and John Voorhees of the global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP, co-authored International Environmental Risk Management: A Systems Approach published by CRC Press.
International Environmental Risk Management: A Systems Approach provides a broad analysis of practical methods to systematically identify, evaluate, and successfully manage environmental risks and opportunities, using environmental management and compliance systems (including those based on ISO 14001 and U.S. guidance on effective compliance systems). It describes a framework that supports and enables compliance, sustainability, social responsibility, and Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG) that can be integrated into widely used business management and operating systems (ranging from Operational Excellence to Enterprise Risk Management). The book was co-authored with Robert A. Woellner of Quest Environmental.
Bell, a shareholder in the firm’s Houston office, represents clients in civil and criminal enforcement and investigations, litigation, and compliance counseling, under all of the major environmental laws. He helps companies implement environmental management and compliance systems, advises on sustainability and ESG strategies, and recently completed a five-year stint as EPA Independent Monitor overseeing Duke Energy’s compliance with complex probation and debarment agreements arising out of criminal misdemeanor violations of the Clean Water Act.
Voorhees, a shareholder in the firm’s Denver office, focuses his practice on litigation and compliance counseling, particularly on environmental, health care, fraud and white collar matters. has over 40 years of litigation experience defending Superfund and Clean Water Act cases, and a wide variety of other civil and criminal environmental cases, in courts throughout the United States.
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