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Madeleine B. Kadas, Esq.

Beveridge & Diamond P.C.

98 San Jacinto Boulevard
Suite 1420
Austin, TX 78701-4039
Phone: (512) 391-8010
Fax: (512) 391-8099

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About Madeleine B. Kadas, Esq.

Maddie Kadas is managing director of the Firm's Austin, Texas office. Fluent in Spanish, Maddie Kadas has advised clients on environmental issues under the laws of a number of countries in Latin America since joining the firm in 1999. Prior to joining Beveridge & Diamond, P.C., Ms. Kadas was a staff attorney with the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC) (now the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality) and advised the Commission on matters relating to NAFTA and transboundary pollution issues. Ms. Kadas graduated from the University of Texas at Austin (B.A., 1988) and the University of Texas School of Law (J.D., 1994).

From 1994-1995, Ms. Kadas attended La Escuela Libre de Derecho School of Law in Mexico City, Mexico where she completed a Diploma ("LL.M."). She was a Peace Corps volunteer in Guatemala from 1988-1990.

Recent Special Reports with Madeleine B. Kadas, Esq.

Recent Reg Alerts with Madeleine B. Kadas, Esq.

Brazil - Revised Bill Would Impose Environmental Design and Take-Back Requirements for Electro-Electronic Products Brazil A substitute to Bill No. 3.472/2012 proposed in the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies would amend the National Solid Waste Policy (Law No. 12.305/2010, the "Law") to require manufacturers and importers of electro-electronic products and their components to incorporate desig...
October 19, 2017
Mexico Proposes New Draft Law for the Regulation and Certification of Ecological and Sustainable Products Mexico A Draft Law for the Regulation and Certification of Ecological and Sustainable Products has been proposed in the Mexican Chamber of Deputies. Almost identical to an earlier proposal from 2016 (see Link for full details), the bill is intended to combat the practice of "g...
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