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Litigation Strategies in Environmental Lawsuits

1h 8m

Created on April 27, 2021





This program, presented by Stuart Lieberman and Michael Camastra of Princeton's Lieberman Blecher & Sinkevich will cover common litigation strategies employed in different kinds of environmental lawsuits, specifically including environmental cost recovery cases, leaking underground tank litigation, government penalty cases, and toxic tort litigation.  

The topics that will be covered include complaint drafting, discovery, enforcement of discovery obligations, use of the Environmental Rights Act and other citizen suit provisions, retaining experts, witness depositions, damages demands, and other remedies. 

This program will benefit both plaintiffs and defense attorneys handling these kinds of cases.   

Learning Objectives:

  1. Review litigation strategies for different types of environmental matters
  2. Identify the appropriate claims and damages, and draft the appropriate complaint about your case
  3. Tailor your discovery requests to your litigation strategy
  4. Depose expert and fact witnesses

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