B&D Attorneys Edit, Author the Environment and Climate Chapters of Lexology Getting the Deal Through 2022
Beveridge & Diamond Principals James (Jamie) Auslander (Washington, DC) and Brook Detterman (Boston) are proud to serve as contributing editors and authors of Lexology Getting The Deal Through: Environment & Climate Regulation 2022. This publication is a comparative guide of climate and environmental regulations, governing authorities, and trends in nine total jurisdictions worldwide.
In addition to Jamie, B&D Principals Ryan Carra (Washington, DC), Lauren Hopkins (Seattle), Andrew Silton (Washington, DC), Nicole Weinstein (New York), and Summer Associate Ashley Campfield (Washington, DC) authored the United States “Environment” section. The named authors of the United States “Climate Regulation” section, in addition to Brook, were Principal Aron Schnur (Baltimore), Of Counsel Eric Christensen (Seattle), and Associates Jacob Duginski (San Francisco) and Kirstin Gruver (Seattle). Additional contributing B&D authors include Casey Clausen, Andrew Eberle, Jenny Leech, and Zach Pilchen.
“We are pleased to lead the editorial and writing efforts for Lexology Getting the Deal Through during this pivotal time in environmental law when countries around the world are addressing issues related to climate change and adaptation, waste and circular economy, emerging chemicals such as PFAS, environmental justice, and corporate and investor focus on environmental, social, and governance matters,” said co-editor Brook. “This transaction-focused compilation is a convenient and user-friendly resource for corporate counsel and cross-border legal practitioners that provides highly relevant analysis of essential and emerging global climate and environmental issues.”
The Lexology Getting the Deal Through platform can be accessed here.