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PODCAST June 21, 2022

Big Law Redefined: Episode 2 | Environmental Justice Checklist for Businesses

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In the second episode of Big Law Redefined, Greenberg Traurig Shareholders Maribel Nicholson-Choice and Libby Stennes discuss the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's historical and current definition of Environmental Justice, steps for corporations to protect their brands, and how to effectively work with communities and stakeholders.  

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