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Best practices in environmental incident response

A conviction for an environmental offence gains press attention, and can have a negative impact on a corporation's ESG report card; so how should companies navigate the increased regulatory scrutiny? Jennifer Fairfax, Partner at Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP, lays out some best practices when it comes to environmental incident response.

Best practices in environmental incident response

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