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Environmental issues affect our clients across many industries and fields.  We represent institutional and commercial property owners, real estate developers, manufacturing companies, industrial facility operators, municipalities, land conservation groups and other non-profit organizations, creditors’ trustees, insurers and insureds, and others. In each case, we utilize our technical and subject-matter expertise, our experience as skilled advocates and trial lawyers, and our practical judgment to develop and execute strategies that are informed by the law, focused on the facts, and driven by our clients’ goals.

A substantial part of our environmental practice entails state and federal litigation at both the trial and appellate levels, but we are also experienced in handling contentious permit proceedings, defending administrative enforcement actions, settling disputes through negotiation and mediation, and providing counseling and strategic advice on regulatory compliance.

We have particular depth of experience with claims involving oil and hazardous materials contamination, and with environmental issues that arise in the context of real estate and corporate transactions, land use disputes, and the development or redevelopment of property. We have successfully handled wetlands, tidelands, air, water and other permit claims, as well as site-assignment proceedings for landfills and other facilities and negotiations for brownfields covenant-not-to-sue agreements. We also have significant experience successfully representing clients in Superfund litigations, as well as in cases involving other environmental statutes and regulations and common law theories.

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