Rick Faulk is a seasoned litigator with over three decades of trial and appellate experience in environmental and toxic torts, including air and water pollution class actions, international water pollution claims, mass tort cases, oilfield pollution class actions, claims of environmental justice, CERCLA cost recovery claims, underground storage tank litigation, and defense of toxic tort cases arising from occupational exposures at refineries and petrochemical manufacturing facilities. He has significant federal and state appellate experience, including arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court, and en banc Courts of Appeals, especially in environmental and mass tort cases.
Rick is a regular speaker and published author regarding U.S. Supreme Court energy and environmental cases, climate change, environmental law, mass torts, class and group actions, complex environmental and toxic tort litigation, trial and appellate strategy and tactics, and scientific and technical evidence issues.
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