Ryan Carra utilizes his extensive technical background to assist in counseling clients in the electronics, chemicals, and energy sectors regarding a variety of environmental regulatory issues. Ryan has advised on questions relating to waste classification, chemical hazard classification, chemical notification requirements, and requirements relating to radiation-emitting equipment both domestically and abroad. Specifically, Ryan is well versed in international agreements relating to materials restrictions and waste, such as the Basel and Minamata Conventions.
Ryan has reviewed marketing materials and drafted internal guidance documents for a large electronics company seeking to ensure compliance with environmental marketing enforcement guidance around the globe, including the Federal Trade Commission’s Green Guides. He has also counseled clients on Clean Air Act enforcement matters and has worked closely with regulators to draft environmental covenants containing complex land use restrictions.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Ryan J. Carra
Ryan J. Carra is a Principal with Beveridge and Diamond in the electronics, chemicals, and energy sectors regarding a variety of environmental regulatory issues, and his product liability expertise related to chemical regulation in a variety of products was selected for a 2019 National Law Review Go-To Thought Leadership award. He covers cleaning product disclosures, packaging legislation and plastics bills in US states and the European Union, ensuring National Law Review readers have the important information they need.