As environmental law touches more and more areas of our lives and businesses, our firm has responded by developing the necessary expertise within our practice areas to represent our clients in this complex field. We provide counsel on compliance with the environmental regulatory framework of both state and federal enforcement agencies, provides the legal expertise for environmental permitting activities, and litigation support for clients involved in disputes with regulators or neighboring property owners. 

We focus on efficiently and effectively meeting the needs of our clients to respond to problems arising in the course of transactions, day-to-day business operations and event-related incidents. Our Environmental lawyers use their familiarity with the latest developments in key areas of environmental law such as the Superfund Laws, the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), EPCRA, Florida’s Petroleum and Dry Cleaning Solvent Contamination Remediation Programs and other regulatory areas that impact our clients to fully address any issues.

Compliance with regulations governing environmental issues poses one of the most significant challenges for some types of businesses. We help our clients meet that challenge by presenting clear, simplified approaches to ensuring compliance with the myriad of environmental regulations. Such counsel helps to prevent the expense of responding to enforcement actions, even for minor violations where the potential for harm to the environment is small, but that still add cost to business activities and subtract from the bottom line. When environmental litigation is unavoidable, we provide litigation representation by experienced lawyers with the background needed to handle environmental matters.

Practice areas include:

  • Environmental Compliance Issues 
  • Environmental Litigation 
  • Environmental Permitting 
  • Environmental Regulatory Agency Representation
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