Environmental Litigation

There are a variety of ways in which environmental issues can become litigation matters.  For landowners with contaminated parcels, litigation often involves the negotiation of investigative and clean-up measures with governmental authorities, or the attempt to recoup costs from others.  Litigation involving insurance coverage involves whether there is, or is not, insurance coverage to a particular discharge.

Litigation – Antitrust


Litigation – Appellate

Litigation – Bankruptcy

Litigation – Business & Corporate

Litigation – Construction

Litigation – Employment

Litigation – Environmental

Litigation – Extra


Litigation – Insurance

Litigation – Product Liability

Litigation – Professional Liability Defense

Transactional – Banking

Transactional – Business & Corporate

Transactional – Construction

Transactional – Employment

Transactional – Environmental

Transactional – Real Estate

Transactional – Estate Planning

Transactional – Healthcare

Transactional – Intellectual Property

Transactional – Mergers

Transactional – Securities

Transactional – Tax

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