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Gabrielle Sigel to Speak At Chicago Bar Association Environmental Law Committee Regarding Chrome Regulation

Sigel_Gabrielle_COLORBy Gabrielle Sigel

 

On May 3, 2011, Gabrielle Sigel, a partner in Jenner & Block's Environmental Law Practice, shall provide a presentation to the Environmental Law Committee of the Chicago Bar Association addressing the overlap in OSHA and EPA regulation regarding chrome use in the workplace.  Both OSHA and EPA have detailed regulations regarding chrome emissions in the workplace, employee exposures, and work practices.  Ms. Sigel will explore this area of regulation to demonstrate the extent to which these regulations overlap and present significant compliance requirements.  The Chicago Bar Association committee meeting will be hosted by Jenner & Block.  Further details regarding attendance are provided in the attached announcement.

Gabrielle Sigel is a founding Partner of the Firm’s Environmental Law Practice, Co-Chair of Jenner & Block’s Climate and Clean Technology Law Practice, and a member of the Environmental Litigation Practice.  Ms. Sigel regularly represents clients in workplace safety and health enforcement and compliance matters and  in complex environmental statutory, common law, Superfund enforcement, toxic tort, and cost recovery actions.