Ten Best Practices for Crisis Management
Is your company fully prepared for the inevitable crisis?
Join Pillsbury as we examine the fundamental truths about crises and what your company can do to combat them. Our Crisis Management team will outline 10 best practices to implement when dealing with or preparing for a crisis.
The Evolution of Natural Resource Damages Claims from Inception to the Deepwater Horizon Presented by UH and Pillsbury
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
The University of Houston Law Center in collaboration with Pillsbury present the Environment, Energy & Natural Resources Lecture Series for Spring 2016. Former Assessment and Restoration Division Chief of the National Oceanographic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Dr. Robert Haddad, will join Pillsbury partner Thomas Campbell, former GC of NOAA, to discuss “The Evolution of Natural Resource Damages Claims from Inception to the Deepwater Horizon.”
Implementing The Texas Coastal Exchange
April 26th - 27th, Rice University will host a SSPEED conference to discuss their new concept, the Texas Coastal Exchange. This Exchange will create a vibrant economy around buying and selling ecosystem and carbon sequestration services such that land management practices that maintain, restore or create low-lying marshes, prairies, and bottomlands become economically beneficial for landowners. This willing buyer-willing seller system is under development.
Decom Summit: 8th Annual Decommissioning & Abandonment Summit 2016
Omni Houston Hotel
The world's largest decommissioning and abandonment conference and expo will return to Houston on February 23 – 25, 2016, at the Omni Houston Hotel.
Corporate Crisis Management Forum: What to Do When The Worst Happens
The Adolphus Hotel
The Corporate Crisis Management Forum will be held Wednesday, February 3, 2016, at the Adolphus Hotel in Dallas, Texas.
Oil & Gas UK - Environmental Technical Sensitivities Group
Oil & Gas UK
Environmental partner and Crisis Management team leader Tom Campbell will discuss the application of and techniques behind Net Environmental Benefits Analysis to representatives from member companies of the Environmental Technical Sensitivities Group, regulators and local authorities in the UK.
27th Annual Texas Environmental Superconference
Four Seasons Hotel
The 27th edition of the Annual Texas Environmental Superconference will be held on Thursday, August 6 - August 7, 2015, in Austin, Texas at the Four Seasons Hotel.
Crisis Management: Legal Issues to Consider and How to Get Your Insurers to Pay For Them
Pillsbury's New York office
Join us for Crisis Management: Legal Issues to Consider and How to Get Your Insurers to Pay For Them.
7th Annual Decommissioning & Abandonment Summit 2015
Royal Sonesta Hotel Houston
Pillsbury attorneys, Thomas Campbell and Amanda Halter, will present “Bringing Sound Technical Principles to Fruition within Legal and Administrative Regimes” at the 7th Annual Decommissioning & Abandonment Summit 2015 on Thursday, March 19 in Houston, Texas.
2014 NOIA Annual Meeting
Mandarin Oriental Hotel
Pillsbury invites you to join Thomas Campbell, leader of Pillsbury's Crisis Management Team, at the 2014 Annual National Ocean Industries Association Meeting on April 9-11, 2014 at the Mandarin Oriental in Washington, DC.
Business Ecosystems Training Workshop
Pillsbury’s Houston Office
Pillsbury is pleased to partner with the U. S. Business Council for Sustainable Development to present a Business Ecosystems Training (BET) workshop, which is a comprehensive capacity building program that aims to equip organizations with the skills needed to better understand, measure, manage and mitigate its impacts and dependencies on natural capital.
Corporate Counsel’s 25th Annual General Counsel Conference
Pillsbury invites you to join our Crisis Management team at Corporate Counsel's 25th Annual General Counsel Conference. Thomas Campbell, leader of Pillsbury's Crisis Management practice, and Kenneth Quinn, leader of Pillsbury's top-ranked Aviation practice, will co-moderate a panel entitled "Crisis Management/Disaster Preparedness," on June 5, 2013 at 11:00 am ET.
The Transformed U.S. Energy Landscape: Shale Gas, LNG Export and Crisis Management
Japan Bank for International Cooperation Headquarters
Pillsbury's global Oil & Gas team presented at the Japan Institute for Overseas Investment's (JOI) program, "The Transformed U.S. Energy Landscape" on June 27, 2012 at the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) headquarters in downtown Tokyo.
2012 NOIA Annual Meeting
Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC
Pillsbury invites you to join Thomas Campbell, leader of Pillsbury’s Crisis Management Team, at the 2012 National Ocean Industries Association Annual Meeting on March 14-16, 2012 at the Mandarin Oriental in Washington, DC.
What If? Crisis Management Scenarios and Solutions
Pillsbury's Washington, DC Office
Effective crisis prevention and management are key to ensuring an organization's continued success. Companies are increasingly vulnerable to disruptions that have the potential to cause catastrophic financial or reputational loss. The emergence of social media as a primary source of information for many has complicated the landscape of crisis management.
2011 Oil, Gas, and Energy Law Symposium
Thomas Campbell, leader of the firm's Crisis Management multidisciplinary team, and Mark Farley, leader of the Houston office’s Environmental section, will participate on a crisis response panel at the 2011 Texas Journal of Oil, Gas, and Energy Law Symposium on January 20-21, 2011.
Midwestern Edition U.S. EPA Region 5 Environmental Law Conference — Regulatory, Liability and Risk Management Developments Navigating Interstate and Cross-Border Issues
Summit Executive Centre
Pillsbury Winthrop LLP partner, Thomas A. Campbell, is a panelist at the Midwestern Edition U.S. EPA Region 5 Environmental Law Conference. This program focuses on issues relating to U.S. EPA Region 5 which includes Ohio, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Minnesota and 35 Native American Tribes. Mr. Campbell’s discussion is offered on October 6th and is titled, “U.S. and Canada Cross-Border Environmental Liability Under CERCLA - Implications for the Great Lakes Region – Pakootas v. Teck Cominco Metals, Ltd., United States District Court Eastern District of Washington at Spokane, WA.”