Environmental Audits

Environmental Audits. Eliminate surprises by hiring someone to do proper due diligence. We will make sure you are aware of what risks you are taking on now, and what may pop up in the future. Whether you are buying or selling, it is important to know what all the sticking points many be. In many cases, the federal and applicable state Audit Privilege Acts can be utilized to shield companies from certain environmental and safety violations. The company’s environmental work involves the following areas: National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Endangered Species Act (ESA), Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA/ Superfund), Clean Air Act (CAA), Clean Water Act (CWA), and Occupation Safety and Health Act (OSHA).

We utilize AI and machine learning in our compliance auditing services.

When you are looking to make a deal, you have to know three things --- the quality, what sort of money is involved, and what kind of risk you are opening yourself up to. At the Law Office of C. William Smalling, P.C., we have all of these areas covered. William Smalling worked for a number of years as an engineer in the Texas chemical and energy industry before obtaining his law degree. This combination of skills means you can have someone on your team who knows the industry, knows the financial side of things, and can tell you what legal risks you are facing if the deal is done.

The Importance of Knowing the Industry

There is nothing worse than being “advised” by people who don’t understand your business. You can leave this frustration behind by hiring someone who knows the ins and outs of the industry as well as you do. You can be confident that miscommunications and mistakes will be minimized when your attorney is also an engineer.

Dollars and Good Sense

The old joke that attorneys go to law school because they aren’t good enough at math to do anything else doesn’t apply at the Law Office of C. William Smalling. Being an engineer as well as a lawyer means Mr. Smalling knows what to look for, where to look for it, and what it means when it comes to evaluating the financial side of a deal.

Due Diligence as a Legal Landmine Detector

Eliminate surprises by hiring someone to do proper due diligence. We will make sure you are aware of what risks you are taking on now, and what may pop up in the future. Whether you are buying or selling, it is important to know what all the sticking points many be. In many cases, the federal and applicable state Audit Privilege Acts can be utilized to shield companies from certain environmental and safety violations.

Call the Law Office of C. William Smalling to Schedule an Appointment

Even when deals are moving quickly, taking the time to properly vet and evaluate the terms always pays Texas-sized dividends in the long run. So take the time now to call the Law Office of C. William Smalling at (713) 513-7153 to schedule an initial consultation.  Our office is located in Houston and the firm does work for any company that has a significant presence in Texas, so please don’t hesitate to reach out.



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