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Sustainability in the Trump Era: Corporate, Global, and Enforcement Perspectives

July 2017

Citation: ELR 10561

Author: Tom Mounteer, John Cruden, Charles Di Leva, and Martha Rees

To commemorate Earth Day, Paul Hastings LLP hosted a panel discussion on April 18, 2017, featuring three prominent attorneys with extensive and diverse experience in environmental counseling and litigation. The panelists reflected on the transition to the Trump Administration and what it might mean for long-standing issues of federalism, globalization, private environmental governance, and enforcement and compliance. Here, we present a transcript of the discussion, which has been edited for style, clarity, and space considerations.

Tom Mounteer (moderator) is a Partner in the Environmental and Energy Practice at Paul Hastings LLP. John Cruden was the Assistant Attorney General for the Environment and Natural Resources Division at the U.S. Department of Justice. Charles Di Leva was Chief Counsel of the Environmental and International Law Unit at the World Bank. Martha Rees was Vice President and Assistant General Counsel and Chief Environment Counsel at the DuPont Company.

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