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Transportation Safety

Babst Calland’s Transportation Safety?Group represents clients throughout the United States on pipeline and hazardous materials safety and mobility, transport and safety matters. ?The practice group is anchored by former U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) attorneys and senior executives with deep experience at the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA).??The group’s strength is its deep understanding of the federal government’s approach to safety regulation and its collective experience in the transportation and energy sectors. ?Our attorneys help clients solve problems and achieve their business objectives having led recent matters of national significance and high public scrutiny during critical time periods.

Our clients include energy producers, pipeline and midstream companies, utilities, OEM auto manufacturers, suppliers,?start-ups and technology companies, and trade associations. Our Transportation Safety attorneys are integrated with the firms’ Energy and Natural Resources, Environmental and other practices, which allows us to provide comprehensive multi-issue services to our clients.

The Transportation Safety Group supports clients with a broad range services, including:

  • Preventative and strategic counseling and risk management
  • Best practices and emerging trends
  • Navigating government inquiries and enforcement proceedings
  • Compliance and integrity programs
  • Internal compliance audits and self-assessments
  • Day-to-day regulatory counseling
  • Inspections and investigations
  • Rulemakings
  • Litigation, including review of final agency actions
  • Legislation
  • Due diligence
  • Recall implementation and administration
  • Automated driving systems and innovative mobility solutions.

Our attorneys are active in several of the nation’s leading trade organizations for the energy and transportation industries, and are often called on to be guest speakers, panelists, contributors and writers on their respective regulatory and safety experience.


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“With an office in Washington, D.C. we are very knowledgeable about developments from a federal regulatory perspective. When it comes to legislative and rulemaking developments, we are involved with regulators on a daily basis to help strategically shape ‘the broader conversation’ about transportation safety on behalf of our clients.” – James Curry
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