is a partner at Foley Hoag who focuses on environmental law, public law, mining law and international litigation matters. Corentin counsels clients on mining and environmental issues, including those regarding hazardous and registered facilities, waste law, water and air quality law, and energy regulations. A member of the Paris Bar, Corentin has worked on matters relating to major infrastructure projects in the energy sector, environmental criminal liability of industrial operators and those concerning government liability, including for expropriation claims. He is also a member of the scientific committee of Atmosfair (a conference on outdoor and indoor air pollution).
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