Butzel attorneys featured during EV Battery Recycling & Reuse USA 2024: Achieving A Circulator Economy on March 27 in Detroit  


DETROIT, Mich. –  Butzel attorneys Beth S. Gotthelf and Susan L. Johnson will be featured presenters during EV Battery Recycling & Reuse USA: Achieving A Circulator Economy on Wednesday, March 27, 2024 in Detroit. The presentation is titled, “Regulatory Obstacles and Requirements for Recycling EV Batteries.”

They will discuss the following and more:

  • Environmental and safety compliance when recycling batteries
  • Protection from liability if a battery recycler does not properly recycle the batteries

About Beth S. Gotthelf

Beth Gotthelf is Butzel’s director of Innovation and External Relations and co-chair of Butzel’s Energy & Sustainability Practice.

She is an environmental expert with more than 30 years of experience. Gotthelf has extensive environmental renewable energy and sustainability expertise to assist with remediation, redevelopment, permitting, and compliance. She is renowned as a problem-solver and best known for bringing creativity and practicality to situations while forming true partnerships with each of her clients.

Gotthelf is chair of the Michigan Manufacturers Association Environmental Policy Committee (2022-present) and general counsel to the Michigan Chapter of the National Association of Surface Finishers (1990-present).

About Susan L. Johnson

Susan Johnson is recognized as a leading environmental attorney in Michigan with more than 40 years of experience. Her areas of practice include all aspects of environmental law with an emphasis on environmental and regulatory compliance; the siting and permitting of solid and hazardous waste landfills and treatment facilities, scrap and other recycling facilities; environmental due diligence, as well as municipal and environmental contracting.

Prior to joining Butzel, Johnson’s experience included positions as senior in-house counsel in the private sector and assistant corporation counsel to the City of Detroit Water and Sewerage Department.

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