Bill is a regular speaker and author on topics covering a broad range of industries and topics including oil & gas, wind power, industrial chemicals, and theories of litigation. He has written more than 15 articles on the subject of horizontal drilling, and co-taught a class at Cornell University concerning the positions of various stakeholders on different sides of the fracking debate.

Mr. Ruskin also participated in an interactive panel at the IADC on hydrofracking where he presented his paper, “Shale Oil and Gas Development: The Stakeholder Perspective.”

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Speeches and Presentations

  • “Genetically Modified Food: Will the World’s Food Supply Be Blessed or Cursed?” Moderator, International Association of Defense Counsel, 2017 Annual Meeting, Quebec City, Quebec (July 12, 2017)
  • “Toxic Tort Litigation—Overview,” presented at the New York State Bar Association Seminar, “Toxic Tort Litigation 2017,” New York, NY (June 9, 2017)