In Michigan working with activists fighting PFOS.

This week, The Hill ran a 4-part series on PFAS called Forever: A Fractured Legal System Confronts Chemicals Here To Stay.

Today, there’s an article with some of my early work explaining the statute of limitations—or a law that prohibits legal claims after a prescribed period passes following the harm, which can be a decisive factor when it comes to trying, or even taking on, a toxic exposure lawsuit. The story looks at the impact of this law on PFAS chemicals and the legal complexities associated with pursuing lawsuits following exposure to toxic substances like PFAS.

Read more here.

Other articles in the series:
Justice for PFAS exposure races a ticking clock
State resistance foils law changes, hampering PFAS suits
Formidable legal bar shields military from PFAS lawsuits