Brownfield transactions don’t have to be overly stressful if you help clients understand their options and limit their liability.
A “green plan” with a focus on conservation and efficiency will lead to long-term sustainability and profitability.
Balancing the benefits and negative impacts of oil and gas development isn’t easy, but attorneys play a key role in advising clients of their options.
Lawyers must help clients identify, reduce, and allocate the risks associated with climate change.
Understanding the business case for environmental sustainability is critical for U.S. companies and the lawyers who represent them.
Retiring coal-based plants requires consideration and coordination to address community, customer, environmental, and reliability concerns.
Lawyers have a critical role to play in ensuring that low-income communities are free from disproportionate impacts of pollution.
The question for practitioners is when is a wetland not just a wetland but also a “water of the United States” to trigger legal requirements.
Many solo and small firm lawyers make mistakes that leave them looking unprofessional, but all of them are easy to fix if you know how.
Take action today to protect your clients, your firm, and yourself from cyber-threats to your pocketbook, privacy, and reputation.
Follow these steps to better manage your practice and still make sure you have time for yourself and your family.