Daniel Flynn will be a presenter for a live webinar on “Hot Topics in Environmental Law,” to be presented on Thursday, April 25, 2019 from 12:00pm – 2:00pm (ET) by the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education, in cooperation with the New Jersey State Bar Association Environmental Law Section.
This program will review two significant developments in environmental law - the congressional push to get the EPA to set drinking water standards for PFOS/PFAS/PFOA and EPA’s new regulatory scheme for management and disposal of hazardous waste pharmaceuticals and new guidance intended to help retailers deal with hazardous waste. Mr. Flynn and his fellow panelists will review how these developments are likely to impact environmental and business clients. Topics to be discussed include:
- Federal and State Developments Relating Regulation to PFOSs/PFAs/PFOAs in drinking water and how they are likely to impact water utilities and manufacturing
- What is covered by the new hazardous waste pharmaceutical regulations
- Overview of the hazardous waste pharmaceutical management process
- Changes to the hazardous waste classifications for nicotine products
- RCRA treatment of nonhazardous waste pharmaceuticals and hazardous waste pharmaceuticals managed by entities other than health care facilities and reverse distributors
- The new policy for retailers on reverse logistics for disposal of unsold retail items other than hazardous waste pharmaceuticals
Mr. Flynn is Counsel in the firm’s Environmental Department. His practice encompasses environmental litigation management and avoidance, and compliance with environmental health and safety (EHS) regulations and workplace safety and product stewardship laws. He counsels clients on corporate compliance related matters, including the development and implementation of effective compliance and ethics programs. His experience in this area includes drafting corporate compliance-related policies, training corporate employees on compliance-related requirements, investigation of corporate non-compliance allegations and due diligence reviews of third parties to assure compliance with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).
Additional program information and registration at: Hot Topics in Environmental Law