Mark S. Dreux, a partner with McDermott, Will & Emery in Washington, D.C., joined Occupational Hazards' Editorial Advisory Board this month.
His extensive experience in civil and criminal litigation, focuses on major OSHA enforcement action and related criminal matters.
Prior to entering private practice, Dreux was an Assistant U.S. Attorney with the United States Attorney's Office in the District of Columbia.
Dreux received his bachelor's degree in 1977 from Georgetown University.
You can find his analysis of OSHA's proposed ergonomics standard in the February issue of Occupational Hazards.