ENVIRONMENTAL

Over the past 40 years, environmental litigation in the federal courts of the United States has played a key role in shaping our quality of life. Federal statutes are designed to improve water and air quality, protect species, manage waste, and establish rules for the management of ocean resources. These priorities have spawned numerous federal cases – some filed by industry that were affected, some by the government, and others by conservation groups or
private citizens.  The resulting precedents affect many aspects of the environment in which we
live.

Environmental litigation is an ever-changing landscape of complex regulations and standards.
Cases involving environmental litigation can include issues of hazardous substances and waste generation, chemical fate and transport, air and groundwater modeling and source determination. Usually, these claims are litigated between organizations, a result of disputes over contractual obligations between the parties, as well as under state and federal statutes.

JDI’s premiere tool VCC aids with environmental litigation management by providing a solution with easy accessibility for the user and scheduled reports for compliance, accounting and risk.

VCC is designed to automate share allocation, risk calculation and funding cycles to ensure prompt payment from participating carriers. JDi even provides a dedicated case manager to perform scheduled vendor reconciliations, monthly funding requests, budget presentations and relentless communication to recalcitrant participants.