Ranked InNew York
Environment (Band 2)
Practice Areas: Representation of buyers, sellers and developers of brownfields and other contaminated properties, and parties engaged in hazardous waste cleanups; representation of clients in Superfund and other cost recovery litigation; conducting and/or supervising environmental due diligence; advising re green buildings, climate change and sustainability issues.
Professional Memberships: New York City Brownfield Partnership, President; New York State Bar Association, Environmental Law Section, Co-Chair, Committee on Hazardous Waste/Site Remediation and Task Force on Brownfields/Superfund Reform; Board of Trustees and Vice-Chair, New York League of Conservation Voters Education Fund
Career: Partner, Chair of New York Office Environmental Law Practice Group; Co-Lead, Climate Change/Sustainability Practice Group; Legislative Assistant, Office of Senator Frank E Moss, 1970-72. Trial Attorney, Federal Trade Commission, 1975-77.
Publications: Has lectured and written extensively on environmental law matters. Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Environmental Law & Practice (West), 1998-2000; Board of Advisors, Real Estate/Environmental Liability News; contributing author, "Environmental Aspects of Real Estate and Commercial Transactions" (American Bar Association, 2004); Annual Update Editor for hazardous waste issues, "Environmental Law and Regulation in New York" (West).
Personal: Harvard Law School (JD, cum laude, 1975); Harvard College (BA, cum laude, 1970).