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Bringing Your Plans to Life While Contributing to a Sustainable Environment

In the complex maze of environmental laws, identifying the pertinent requirements can be difficult. Implementing cost-effective and efficient solutions can be even more challenging. Mintz brings decades of knowledge on the full range of environmental issues affecting your business — from project planning and permitting to representing clients in cutting-edge litigation. 

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Our Experience

Case Study
Mintz assisted a global gaming resort with redeveloping a Brownfield site. Mintz attorneys advised the client on risks related to contamination on the former chemical manufacturing site and helped the client defend its construction permits, Chapter 91 license, and MEPA certificate.

We have represented our top 2 clients, GE and Harvard University, for a combined total of over 30 years.

Case Study
Mintz counsels Harvard University regarding its ownership of Allston Landing, the site of a Massachusetts Turnpike interchange and former railyard. Mintz negotiated an agreement that included remediation of earlier contamination and assists Harvard in dealings with Massachusetts state agencies.

Areas of Focus

Our Approach

Our attorneys know the lay of the land and apply forward-thinking, practical knowledge to bring our clients’ projects to life. We often succeed where those with less experience would not. We stay on top of the regulatory developments around the corner. Then we use that insight to advise on compliance strategies that prevent liability while contributing to a safer and more sustainable environment.

Areas of Focus
  • Brownfield remediation and redevelopment
  • Regulatory compliance and permitting
  • Enforcement defense
  • Cleanup cost recovery
  • State and federal Superfund/RCRA representation
  • Transactional representation

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Our team’s lead attorneys have decades of experience developing cost-effective solutions to
environmental challenges.