“Maritime Environmental Compliance & the U.S. Perspective: Investigate – Criminalize – Prosecute” Seminar on 08 June, 2010

Limited seats available for exclusive  one-day “Maritime Environmental Compliance Seminar”  that will take place in Genoa (Italy) on 08 June, 2010. (09.30 – 15.45)

The one-day seminar will serve as an additional tool to protect to the maximum possible extent Company assets against violation of environmental requirements by ship, office and shipboard personnel. Since ECP ensures the company’s compliance with environmental laws and regulations, thus avoiding, to the maximum extent possible, requests for criminal prosecution by USCG, we believe that ECP adoption on voluntary basis will Improve financial, legal and marketing benefits for shareholders and fleet managers.

Speakers will include:

  • Michael G. Chalos is a Lawyer and senior partner of the firm specializing in maritime and environmental. Mr. Chalos has represented a number of clients involved in high profile civil and criminal environmental litigation, including a numerous United States and foreign based corporations, shipowners, managers and crewmember who were the subjects of criminal investigation by the United States Government;
  • David Roberts is the Syndicate Director at Charles Taylor & Co. Limited and manager for the Standard P&I Club. Charl Taylor Consulting is a leading global provider of management and consultancy services to insurers and insureds across a wide spectrum of industries and activities;
  • Michael F. Minogue and Nishit Kapoor are respectively the CEO and Sr. Vice President of ECM Maritime Services, LLC, based at their Corporate Headquarters in Norwalk, Conn. Together, they have directly handled over a dozen Plea Agreement/ECP cases in each one of the three independent capacities : External Audit Group (EAG), Court Appointed Monitor (CAM) and Third Party Auditor (TPA).

For more information read our last ECM Europe news on this issue.

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