April 3, 2020

Mark N. Duvall

Mark Duvall has over two decades of experience working in-house at large chemical companies.  His focus at Beveridge & Diamond, P.C. has been on product regulation at the federal, state, and international levels across a wide range of programs, and occupational safety and health.  He co-chairs the Firm's Chemicals, Products, and Nanotechnology practice group. 

He heads the Firm’s Toxic and Harmful Substances/Toxic Substances Control Act practice.  His experience under TSCA includes enforcement actions, counseling, rulemaking, advocacy, and legislative actions.  He chairs the TSCA Dialogue Group, an informal group of companies that manufacture, import, distribute, and/or sell chemicals, and related trade associations, that address possible legislation to amend TSCA and alternatives to legislation.  He also works with foreign counterparts to TSCA, including REACH and CEPA.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Mark N. Duvall

Mark N. Duvall and his thought leadership on Environmental Regulations and Litigation has been selected for a National Law Review Go-To Thought Leadership Award. Mr. Duvall’s expertise and understanding of the landscape of environmental regulation, especially his work and analysis of the Toxic Substances Control Act, provides important information to NLR readers all over the country. His article Unique Identifiers: A Little-Noticed TSCA Provision Could Have a Big Impact on CBI co-authored with Ryan J. Carra and Timothy M. Serie of Beveridge & Diamond is a great example of his analysis.