Environmental law requires a firm understanding of physical and chemical principles (science and engineering) in addition to  solid legal skills.  The connections between the facts on (or in) the ground and the regulations under which you operate will determine whether you are found to be “in compliance” or “liable”.  Being able to distinguish or refute those connections is always key to defending against penalty assessments and lawsuits.



  • Contaminated Properties
    • Environmental Site Assessment
    • Site Remediation
    • Cost Recovery and Contribution
    • Brownfields Development
    • Insurance Claims
    • Leaking Underground Storage Tanks
  • Hazardous and Dangerous Waste
    • Permitting
    • Compliance Auditing
  • Pollution Control
    • Clean Water
    • Clean Air
    • Citizen Suits
  • Administrative Enforcement Actions