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Russell Fraker


Beveridge & Diamond P.C.

1350 I Street, NW ~ Suite 700
Washington, DC 20005
Phone: (202)789-6048
Fax: (202)789-6190
Website: www.bdlaw.com

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About Russell Fraker

Russell Fraker is an Associate in Beveridge & Diamond's Washington, D.C., office. Proficient in Portuguese and Spanish, Mr. Fraker has worked in several Latin American countries. Prior to entering the practice of law, he worked as an environmental consultant to the oil, forestry, and telecommunications industries. Mr. Fraker studied at Reed College (B.A., Philosophy & Political Science, 1989), Yale University (M.A., International Relations, 1993) and Vanderbilt Law School (J.D., 2008). In law school, he was Managing Editor of the Vanderbilt Law Review, Managing Editor and Co-Founder of the Environmental Law & Policy Annual Review, and a recipient of the G. Scott Briggs Transnational Legal Studies Award.



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July 2017 Update - Summary Matrices of Key Product Stewardship Initiatives Affecting Electric and Electronic Products in Latin America National Level and Certain States and Municipalities Latin America The IHS EIATRACK Latin America team has updated the Matrices, which summarizes key enacted and pending product stewardship initiatives affecting electric and electronic products in the region.

The Matrices cover initiatives in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colomb...

August 14, 2017
Bill to Require Manufacturers to Use Biodegradable Plastics Proposed in Brazil Brazil A bill (No. 243/2017) proposed in the Brazilian Senate would amend the National Solid Waste Policy (Law No. 12.305/2010) to require manufacturers to use biodegradable plastics in the production of their products. (Art. 1) The proposal would also prohibit the addition of...
August 7, 2017
Brazilian Bill Would Require Discounts on New Electronics in Exchange for Returns of Similar Used Products Brazil A bill (No. 8040/2017) proposed in the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies would modify the National Solid Waste Policy Law (No. 12.305/2010) to require manufacturers, retailers, and suppliers of certain products, including batteries, lamps, and electronics, to provide discou...
July 26, 2017



Recent Questions with Russell Fraker


Re: Ontario Bill Would Transform Recycling Rules, Incr...
Answered Nov 11, 2013
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Wouls like to know more about Brazil...

Answered Oct 30, 2013
For the Canada Phthalates issue, http://www.eiatrack.o...
Answered Sep 17, 2013




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