BOSTON, December 17, 2012 — Cynthia A.M. Stroman, a partner with King & Spalding, is a contributing author of a new book on the latest environmental concerns that businesses need to take into account. Her chapter on new or increased drivers for environmental liabilities that may require more flexible and situational approaches to environmental due diligence is included in The Impact of Environmental Issues on Business Transactions, published by West, a Thomson Reuters business unit, under the imprint of its Aspatore Books “Inside the Minds” series. The book is available for purchase online from the publisher (www.west.thomson.com).
Stroman is an environmental partner dividing her time between the firm’s Washington and Houston offices. She represents clients in environmentally sensitive industries on transactional, litigation and regulatory matters. Having worked in-house as an environmental engineer, she combines her chemical engineering training and practical industry experience to bring a unique perspective to energy and industrial clients faced with challenging environmental issues.
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