John Mizerak is an associate in the firm’s Washington, DC office. He focuses on environmental matters as well as civil and administrative litigation, and has advised on issues under the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, CERCLA, and other environmental and energy regimes.
Advice to medical device and equipment manufacturing company on applicability of international hazardous waste management treaties to potential operations.
Advice to international medical system and life sciences corporation on obligations stemming from the presence of mercury in its products.
Advice to clients on environmental dimensions of national and international corporate transactions in a variety of industries and sectors, including pharmaceutical, manufacturing, agricultural production, and energy.
Representation of alcoholic beverage production company in connection with notice of violation alleging non-compliance with Clean Air Act New Source Review requirements.
For a major multinational energy production and petrochemical company, analysis of potential risks under FTC's Green Guides with making recyclability claims to downstream manufacturers.
Articles in the National Law Review database by John Mizerak