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Jacob Hollinger is a commercial litigator and environmental lawyer in McDermott’s Energy and Project Finance practice group. He represents energy and manufacturing clients in commercial and environmental disputes and provides counseling on climate change, carbon finance, environmental compliance and environmental risk management. Prior to joining McDermott, Jacob was an environmental enforcement attorney for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and New York State, with a particular focus on Clean Air Act matters, and a commercial litigator for a highly regarded AmLaw 100 firm. At McDermott, he combines his commercial litigation and environmental enforcement experience to help clients understand, address and resolve their often interlinked commercial and environmental challenges. His energy-related matters have involved engines, fuels, power plants, refineries, solar installations, landfills, waste-to-energy projects, wind farms, storage facilities, tax equity investments and multiple types of carbon-related regulatory credits. His industrial matters have involved chemicals, steel, aluminum, minerals, and many other types of manufacturing activities. He has handled a broad range of commercial, compliance and contamination-related disputes and advised a diverse set of energy, finance and manufacturing entities concerning environmental permitting, compliance and risk management issues, carbon offsets, carbon credits and ESG-related issues. Read Jacob Hollinger's full bio.
Key Takeaways | Going Green: Environmental and Sustainability Risks and Opportunities for Alcohol Companies
By Alva C. Mather, Jacob Hollinger, Carl Fleming and Parker Lee on Apr 27, 2023
Posted In General Interest, Legislation, Transactions
In a recent webinar, Alva Mather, Jacob Hollinger, Carl Fleming and Parker Lee guided attendees through the unique energy-related challenges and opportunities for alcoholic beverages companies presented by current megatrends relating to environmental, social and governance (ESG), carbon and sustainability. Some of the significant topics discussed included: Sustainability Trends Related Trapdoor Risks Sustainability Opportunities Across the Alcohol and Other Industries...