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From the moment a workplace experiences a major environmental or industrial accident, Greg Dillard directs the legal response. He provides on-site support, counsels executive management, and manages the full spectrum of regulatory and legal obligations.
Greg is established as one of the preeminent environmental incident response, RMP, and PSM attorneys in the country. He advises clients on EH&S compliance to prevent future incidents while improving operational productivity consistent with companies’ ESG programs.
Occupational Safety & Health Law Subcommittee, American Bar Association
The University of Texas at Austin School of Law, Houston Steering Committee
COVID-19 Prevention and Vaccination for America's Maritime Industry, The Maritime Executive, 2021
Occupational Safety and Health Law Treatise, Fourth Edition, Chapter Editor, Bloomberg Law, 2018
Managing PE Risk: How Portfolio Companies Respond to Crises, Oil & Gas Financial Journal, 2017
When Are You Liable for a Subcontractor's Safety Negligence?, Bloomberg Law Reports, 2017
DOJ and DOL Expand and Promote Worker Endangerment Initiative, National Law Review, 2016
OSHA Engineering Guidelines Will Hit Energy Industry Hard, Law360, 2015
Recognized by The Legal 500 U.S. (2016-2019) and Chambers USA (2016-2018)
Houston Business Journal's "Who's Who in Energy," 2016
J.D., University of Texas School of Law
B.S., Foreign Service, Georgetown University