NEW ORLEANS—Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Melinda Davis Lux participated in a recent panel discussion on “Demystifying Toll Agreements” in the chemical manufacturing sector. The discussion took place during SOCMA Week, the annual conference of the Society of Chemical Manufacturers & Affiliates.
Davis Lux and the panelists discussed core elements and ongoing trends in chemical tolling agreements, how companies can spot and resolve potential problems, and how they can identify resources needed to minimize liability.
“We also discussed strategies to develop win-win agreements between specialty/custom contractors — or “toll” contractors – and their customers that lead to long-term, valuable relationships,” Davis Lux said.
“We also discussed strategies to develop win-win agreements between specialty/custom contractors — or “toll” contractors – and their customers that lead to long-term, valuable relationships.”
Joining Davis Lux in the “Demystifying Toll Agreements” discussion were Ortec Inc. President Larry Brotherton, KMCO Inc. CEO John Foley, McGean Vice President and Global Business Manager Mara Gliozzi, and Ethox Chemicals President Chuck Hinton.
Attorney Brad DeVore and Senior Director of Sales Stephanie Hinrichs represented Womble Bond Dickinson at SOCMA Week, a key event for the chemical manufacturing industry. SOCMA Week took place Dec. 4-6 in New Orleans.
SOCMA supports and fosters the growth of the specialty chemical industry by delivering legislative and regulatory advocacy, promoting the highest levels of safety, and strengthening business intelligence and manufacturing operations.
Womble Bond Dickinson’s Chemicals Team is led by Davis Lux, Brad DeVore, Barry Herman, and Peter Snaith (UK).
Melinda Davis Lux provides guidance on sophisticated merger, acquisition, and joint venture transactions. She has exceptional depth of experience working for global companies and with cross border M&A transactions, particularly in Europe, South America, and Asia. Davis Lux has particular experience serving the chemical, industrial, automotive, infrastructure and energy sectors.