This case involves a recycling plant that was recently shut down for various breaches of environmental regulatory codes. A class of investors filed suit against the plant’s corporate executives asserting that the plant made misleading statements about their level of compliance with environmental regulations. The plant repeatedly violated air quality standards with their improper storage practices, contaminated drainage channels, and failed to sufficiently protect against spills of hazardous waste. The plant received an order suspending operations at the facility and filed for bankruptcy. An expert in environmental regulations was sought to discuss the various environmental issues that this facility faced and provide an opinion on whether or not the regulators would have taken material adverse action against the plant if not for the non-prosecution claim.