Mr. Doyle counsels clients on a wide spectrum of environmental and transportation matters, including those pertaining to chemical control, facility permitting (e.g., Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act), hazardous materials shipping, hazardous waste management, right-to-know reporting (EPCRA), product labeling, risk management, and homeland security. He represents clients on enforcement matters, rulemakings, and other matters before the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA); the Department of Transportation (DOT), including the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Federal Railroad Administration (FRA), and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA); and state counterpart agencies. He serves as general counsel to chemical industry trade associations and provides strategic advice on emerging legislative, regulatory, and public policy issues
Mr. Doyle regularly advises companies on their compliance management and product stewardship programs. He helps companies prepare for agency inspections, respond to letters of investigation and data requests, and manage communications with regulatory authorities and customers regarding compliance matters. He has extensive experience in assisting companies in conducting self-audits and in obtaining relief under EPA’s Audit Policy and comparable state audit/self-disclosure laws and policies.
He is a regular presenter at the Firm’s popular Chemical Control law courses and he counsels chemical manufacturers, importers, and processors on all aspects of the Toxic Substances Control Act, including section 8(e) reporting, and comparable chemical control laws around the world.
With respect to the transport of dangerous goods, in addition to providing enforcement defense and compliance counseling regarding obligations impacting shippers and carriers under the DOT Hazardous Materials Regulations, ICAO Technical Instructions/IATA Dangerous Goods Regulation, IMDG Code, ADR, and other similar regulatory schemes, he helps companies secure competent authority approvals, special permits, and letters of interpretation from regulatory authorities around the world. He has prepared successful petitions to the UN, IMO, and other authoritative bodies on behalf of shippers seeking regulatory relief.
Mr. Doyle also has specialized expertise in assisting clients with Clean Air Act permitting issues. Prior to practicing law, Mr. Doyle worked as an environmental engineer and air quality consultant, with particular focus on the power generation, mining, and oil/gas industries. As a consultant, he prepared numerous air permit applications, emission inventories, environmental impact statements, and compliance plans for a wide range of industrial facilities. He also conducted ambient air monitoring and atmospheric dispersion modeling studies at Superfund and other remediation sites.
•Jun 21, 2016 Tom Berger, Trent Doyle and Eric Gotting to Present TSCA Reform: The Big Deal
•Nov 18, 2014 Eric Gotting and Trent Doyle Present at Bloomberg BNA Webinar
•May 01, 2013 Trent Doyle To Present a Webinar for SOCMA on TSCA Compliance Inspections
•Oct 18, 2017 Annual Chemical Control Law and Regulation Seminar
•Apr 17, 2014 Webinar: FCC Continues Tower Enforcement: Know Your Tower ABCs
•Dec 21, 2018 PHMSA Releases NPRM to Harmonize with International Standards
•May 05, 2017 EPA Issues Proposal for TSCA Chemical Risk Evaluation
•May 05, 2017 EPA Issues TSCA Proposal for Prioritization of Chemicals for Risk Evaluations
•Jun 22, 2016 President Obama Signs H.R. 2576 Into Law
•Aug 07, 2014 What E-Enterprise for the Environment Means for TSCA and the Future of Chemical Control
•Jul 29, 2014 EPA is Considering Amendments to its Chemical Risk Management Program (RMP) Rule that Would Impose Burdensome Additional Requirements on both Covered Facilities and Facilities Not Currently Covered by the RMP Rule
•Oct 04, 2013 What is California Up To? - The Initial List of Candidate Chemicals is Published
•American Bar Association
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