Holloran Center

for Ethical Leadership in the Professions

Exxon Valdez Revisited: Justice Achieved or Denied?

This public forum followed the UST Law Journal's Fall symposium, Exxon Valdez Revisited: Rights and Remedies. The Holloran Center's companion event included appearances by WCCO news anchor Don Shelby, Twin Cities lawyer Brian O'Neill, who represented the plaintiffs in the Exxon Valdez trial, NTSB investigator William Woody, who investigated the spill, Twin Cities attorney and author David Lebedoff, Tom Holloran, and others.

Date/Time

Thursday, January 1, 2009
4:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Location

UST Business School
Schulze Hall Auditorium
(across from the Law School)


Cost

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This public forum followed the UST Law Journal's Fall symposium, Exxon Valdez Revisited: Rights and Remedies. The Holloran Center's companion event included appearances by WCCO news anchor Don Shelby, Twin Cities lawyer Brian O'Neill, who represented the plaintiffs in the Exxon Valdez trial, NTSB investigator William Woody, who investigated the spill, Twin Cities attorney and author David Lebedoff, Tom Holloran, and others.

You can see video of the Holloran Center's Exxon Valdez Revisited event here:

You can access the electronic version of the Exxon Valdez Symposium from the University of St. Thomas Law Journal here:
EXXON V ALDEZ REVISITED: RIGHTS AND REMEDIES

Foreword:
Exxon Valdez Revisited: Rights and Remedies
Bryce Young

Keynote Addresses:
The Exxon Valdez Litigation Marathon: A Window on Punitive Damages
Catherin M. Sharkey

Common Law Punitive Damages: Something for Everyone?
Doug Rendleman

Articles:
Persistence, Toxicity, and Long-Term Environmental Impact of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill
Dr. Stanley D. Rice

When the Solution Becomes the Problem: The Impacts of Adversarial Litigation on Survivors of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill
Dr. J. Steven Picou

Punitive Decisionmaking
William H. Rodgers

A Precautionary Tale: Assessing Ecological Damages After the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill
Sanne Knudsen

The Legacy of Exxon Valdez: How Do We Stop the Crisis?
Amy J. Wildermuth

Punishment for Ecological Disasters: Punitive Damages and/or Criminal Sanctions
Leo M. Romero