Daniel Eisenberg represents clients in complex civil environmental litigations and arbitrations and counsels a diverse group of manufacturers on compliance with energy efficiency, green procurement and other product stewardship regulations.
Mr. Eisenberg’s experience includes all aspects of electronic discovery, expert work, and trial preparation for a series of products liability and toxic tort cases related to alleged groundwater contamination involving a gasoline additive. He also represents individual businesses and municipalities in compliance, enforcement, and counseling matters involving NEPA, FIFRA and other federal and state statutes.
Dan advises information technology clients on state, federal and international legislation related to energy efficiency, product take-back, and green procurement. He assists manufacturers on a variety of compliance and market access issues including:
Tracking and compliance with energy efficiency performance metrics and requirements relating to data center facilities.
Compliance with state, federal and foreign energy performance standards, testing, and labeling requirements.
Preparation of comments regarding state and federal proposals to regulate the energy performance for electronic products and impose testing, reporting, certification, and labeling requirements.
Conformance with ENERGY STAR specifications and partnership requirements and challenges to disqualification and delisting.
Conformance with green procurement and other ecodesign requirements in the United States and Europe relating to energy efficiency, product take-back, and other end-of-life requirements.
Dan represents R&D companies in administrative proceedings and data compensation arbitrations under FIFRA. He also counsels pesticide industry clients on a variety of compliance issues arising under FIFRA, defense against federal enforcement actions and on federal pesticide product reviews.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Daniel A. Eisenberg