June 4, 2024

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Dylan Eberle to Discuss PFAS at Perrin Conference

Dylan Eberle, PhD, CPG, PG, will discuss per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) and potential claims, issues, and responsibilities surrounding PFAS sources as part of a panel on the subject at the Environmental Risk and PFAS Litigation Conference. His presentation is at 10:45 a.m. EDT on June 12, 2024, at the New York City Bar Association. Additionally, Geosyntec is a gold sponsor of this conference.

The discussion, “Are Those My (Insured’s) PFAS and What Are We Required to Do About It?” will also include Steve Henshaw of PolicyFind & EnviroForensics, Ligia Kearney of Beazley, and Jeremy Williams of Akerman, LLP. Taft’s David Guevara will moderate the session.

Dylan is a Project Geologist based in Massachusetts who focuses on site characterization, emerging contaminants, litigation support, and innovative remediation technologies.

Perrin Conferences set the standard in professional litigation education and networking. They provide acclaimed, neutral forums showcasing thought leaders from many perspectives within the legal industry, including plaintiff and defense attorneys, in-house counsel, insurance professionals, consultants, experts, and judges. The conferences educate, advocate, debate, and advance discourse in a balanced atmosphere of learning, networking, and sharing.

Abstract

The presentation will explore approaches to identifying PFAS sources and address how to plan what to do when they are found. This is important because sources can lead to site reopeners and ongoing legal, regulatory, and scientific developments, even if they don’t belong to a client. The discussion will also address subrogation issues and coverage and claims considerations related to PFAS claims.

More Information

Learn more about the conference: Environmental Risk and PFAS Litigation Conference | Perrin Conferences
For consultation regarding remediation and litigation support for PFAS and other emerging contaminants, contact Dylan at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
Learn more about Dylan: Dylan Eberle (geosyntec.com)