Clark Hill Attorneys, Jane C. Luxton, William J. Walsh and Amanda L. Tharpe, Published in Original Equipment Suppliers Association (OESA), “PFA Liability: Is the Auto Supply Industry at Risk?”
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Clark Hill attorneys Jane C. Luxton, William J. Walsh and Amanda L. Tharpe authored an article titled, “PFA Liability: Is the Auto Supply Industry at Risk” which was published in Original Equipment Suppliers Association (OESA) in the 2018 Fourth Quarter newsletter.
With increasing frequency in recent months, perfluorinated chemicals (“PFAs”) (which include, but are not limited to, PFOA and PFOS) have made headlines – in personal injury and groundwater litigation, federal and state regulatory action, and Congressional testimony. So far, chemical manufacturers have been the principal focus of this attention, but the widespread nature of PFA downstream uses presents a growing risk for companies in many sectors, including automotive suppliers. For the full article, click here.
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Legal, Tax and Infrastructure Requirements for Fleet EV Charging
Organizations that currently own or intend to acquire electric vehicles can gain insights into tax, legal, and infrastructure requirements by understanding best practices and common mistakes. The panel will also discuss new EV laws and charging technology.
For companies considering a full or partial transition to EV fleets, the webinar will discuss how to maximize tax rebates, determine optimal legal contracts, and identify funding opportunities. The presentation will also cover infrastructure considerations with regard to electrical and cyber requirements.