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Troubling Personal Environmental Liabilities for Directors & Officers

Troubling Personal Environmental Liabilities for Directors & Officers
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25 minutes
Presenter(s)
Anand Srivastava
Source
Middlesex Law Association
Provider
CPDOnline.ca
Language
English
Length
25 minutes
Price
$79.00 plus tax
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Environmental legislation imposes on all directors and officers a duty to exercise all reasonable care to prevent a variety of violations.  This presentation reviews:      

  • the scope and extent of directors’ and officers’ exposure to environmental liability
  • best practices to provide directors and officers protection from personal environmental liability.

Presenters

Anand Srivastava

Anand Srivastava, J.D., B.Sc. (Hons.) is an associate lawyer at Willms & Shier Environmental Lawyers LLP. Anand’s practice focuses on environmental legal advice and environmental litigation. With prior education and experience in environmental toxicology, Anand assists clients to facilitate practical solutions to complex environmental legal issues. Anand works with a wide variety of clients on issues relating to contaminated sites, environmental due diligence, exposure to environmental risks and liabilities, and regulatory compliance. Anand’s objective is always to help his clients understand and avoid corporate and personal environmental liabilities including civil claims, regulatory orders, regulatory prosecutions. Anand regularly appears before the Courts and administrative tribunals. Anand prosecutes and defends environmental civil lawsuits. Similarly, Anand also defends clients against environmental regulatory prosecutions and/or appeals regulatory orders to the Environmental Review Tribunal. Anand is called to the bar in Ontario.

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