On May 27, 2016, Partner Tom Duckenfield will be a featured panelist at the Princeton University Alumni-Faculty Forum for the panel discussion entitled Climate Change: Now What? He will share his perspectives on reversing climate change, informed by his clients’ research, development, and deployment of (1) energy crop production; (2) plasma gasification of biomass, coal, and municipal solid waste; (3) solid-oxide-fuel-cell/micro-turbine power plants; and (4) water and waste water treatment in the USA, Southeast Asia, Africa, and the Middle East.
This panel discussion is one of the Alumni-Faculty forums being presented during the Princeton University 2016 Reunion Weekend scheduled from May 26-29, 2016. Tom is an alumni of the Princeton University Class of 1986. He is a partner in Wong Fleming’s Washington, DC office and represents Fortune 500 companies, public entities and minority and women-owned companies in international trade, government contracts, government relations, commercial transactions, and corporate social responsibility matters.
Wong Fleming is a nationally recognized, minority and women-owned law firm and it is the only law firm in the country to earn the National Minority Supplier Development Council’s Corporate Plus® distinction. The firm represents Fortune 500 companies and other corporate clients in the areas of Commercial Litigation, Employment Law, Real Estate, Intellectual Property, Products Liability, Torts, Insurance Coverage, Corporate Asset Recovery, and Bankruptcy. The firm maintains offices in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, Maryland, Washington, D.C., Georgia, Washington, California, Florida, Texas, Canada, Mexico and Germany.