About Richard Faulk
As a practicing trial and appellate lawyer in Texas and Washington DC for 38 years, my principal practice and research subjects usually deal with emerging issues in mass torts and environmental law. Concerns such as the Alien Tort Statute, global climate change and public nuisance litigation currently occupy my interests. Increasingly, these issues are involved in international disputes, so my work often addresses the permissible scope of those issues in the international arena. Procedures such as class actions and other aggregate case management methods are inevitably involved with those subjects.
|Present||Member, Board of Overseers, Searle Civil Justice Institute, George Mason University School of Law, George Mason University|
|Present||Partner, Alexander dubose Jefferson & Townsend, Houston, Texas, George Mason University|
Trial and Appellate Litigation, Environmental Law and Litigation, Mass Tort Litigation, Climate Change, and Licensed in Texas and Washington, DC
Honors and Awards
- Member, American Law Institue (Elected 2010)
- Winner, Burton Award for Distinguished Legal Writing, Library of Congress (2015)
- Winner, Burton Award for Legal Achievement, Library of Congress (2012, 2009, 2003)
- Member, Board of Overseers, Searle Civil Justice Institute, George Mason University School of Law
Richard O. Faulk
Alexander Dubose Jefferson & Townsend LLP
Federal Clean Air Act Preemption of Public Nuisance Claims: The ...
Washington Legal Foundation - Contemporary Legal Notes (2015)
The current circuit-by-circuit and state-by-state approach to the question of preemption precludes any uniform standards for environmental compliance and enforcement, ...