Global Environmental Ethics Counsel (GEEC), LLC
Thomas Parker Redick represents clients in the high-technology and agricultural biotechnology industry sectors with issues relating to regulatory approval, liability avoidance and compliance with complex regulatory frameworks and sustainability standards. His solo law practice is "Global Environmental Ethics Counsel LLC" based in St. Louis MO, USA.
He prepares global regulatory roadmaps and product liability prevention plans for technology clients. In 2010, he became the first lawyer and 40th President of the Council for Agricultural Science & Technology.
He is co-author of many books including "Thwarting Consumer Choice: The Laws and Flaws of GM Labeling" (2010, AEI Press), "Products Liability: Design and Manufacturing Defects," (2012, The West Group), and "Innovation and Liability in Biotechnology: Transnational and Comparative Perspectives". (2010, Edward Elgar), with chapters in "Sustainability Standards in Agriculture" (D. Songstad, Ed. Springer Verlag press (2012), "Biosafety Becomes Binding" from (M. Cordonier, ed., Cambridge Press. 2012), "Conservation of Energy in Agriculture and Forestry" (M. Gerrard, ed. (American Bar Association Section on Environment, Energy & Resources, 2011) Chapter on "Approval Processes for Agricultural Biotechnology" in Biotechnology & the Law, American Bar Association (2013).