The Expert Witness and Environmental Law Practical and Ethical Considerations

7 février 2019 | Bryan J. Buttigieg | Vaughan

( Disponible en anglais seulement )

Unearthing Complexities in the Subsurface: Soil and Groundwater Essentials for Lawyers

The complex nature of environmental issues that come across a lawyer’s desk often require highly technical expertise from any (or all) of a number of highly specialized disciplines. Expertise could be needed from fields that include geology; hydrology; hydrogeology, engineering, organic and inorganic chemistry, toxicology, epidemiology and even meteorology. That list is by no means meant to be exhaustive.