Taft partner Frank Deveau was quoted in the article “Businesses increasingly feeling heat to disclose climate risks,” which was published by the Indiana Lawyer on March 4. The article discusses the movement to broaden the disclosure requirements for public companies on climate-related risks.
Deveau is chair of Taft's Environmental practice group and represents clients in relation to all aspects of environmental law. He has assisted clients in administrative proceedings, obtaining and maintaining compliance with solid and hazardous waste permits, air permits, water discharge permits, CAFO and CFO permits. He also advises and defends clients in relation to environmental litigation involving private parties, and federal and state government.