HAAK LAW LLC
Your Outside In-House EHS Counsel
Complex air pollution, hazardous waste, spill response and reporting, RCRA waste determinations, and beneficial reuse.
HEALTH & SAFETY
Federal and state OSHA compliance, serious incident response, root cause investigations, and PSM.
EHS audits designed to identify compliance risks, high hazards, and develop corrective actions.
ENFORCEMENT & LITIGATION
Response to both environmental and safety enforcement actions. Litigation arising from EHS-related claims.
SECURITY & CRISES
Security and crisis management services, including crisis drill development and facilitation.
MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS
Due diligence, regulatory notifications and environmental permit transfers in connection with corporate transactions.
Big law firm capabilities...
Small law firm client services...
RETHINK THE "RIGHT" TIME TO INVOLVE EHS COUNSEL
Many business leaders put off bringing in an attorney until the last possible moment. What’s intended to be a cost saving move actually ends up costing the business more money. By the time an agency like USEPA or OSHA issues your business an NOV or a citation, much of the damage has already been done. Involving an attorney experienced in practicing “preventative law” early can save your business money. I have more than 15 years of experience practicing preventative EHS law as in-house counsel for Fortune 500 companies. Let me be your outside in-house EHS counsel. Together we can keep your company in compliance, keep your employees safe, and give you valuable piece of mind.
"Bill is typically brought into situations that are difficult by nature. Government agency citations, serious injuries...He is very effective at defusing the situation, and providing both focus and a calming influence." *
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