Drawing on her diverse litigation and regulatory experience in government and private practice, Stacey advises clients on environmental compliance due diligence, environmental enforcement, corporate social responsibility, non-financial reporting, and environmental justice.
Following her move overseas in August 2019, Stacey founded Global Environmental Solutions Consulting, LLC, and works closely with Beveridge & Diamond as an independent environmental consultant. As a former principal at B&D, Stacey continues to serve the firm’s clients by advising on:
Corporate environmental due diligence, including environmental compliance programs, environmental audits, and environmental management systems;
Corporate social responsibility strategies and program development, including those related to corporate sustainability, circular economy implementation, and environmental justice, with specialized expertise in the energy, electronics, and technology sectors;
Mandatory environmental disclosures, voluntary non-financial reporting, and green marketing in accordance with domestic reporting requirements (e.g., FTC Green Guides) and global standards (e.g., GRI, SASB, CDP);
Federal environmental enforcement, with experience representing clients facing federal investigations and overseeing compliance measures in court-appointed monitorships; and
Regulatory compliance for utilities and municipalities involving the Clean Water Act, the Safe Drinking Water Act, National Environmental Policy Act, and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1965.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Stacey Sublett Halliday