Contaminated sediment sites present challenges that require a unique skill set to cost-effectively manage what can be extraordinarily complex, large liabilities.
Our Environmental attorneys have experience in numerous ongoing contaminated sediment sites in the United States, including:
We bring a pragmatic, team-based approach to each site, working with our clients and consultants to develop and implement risk management and cost allocation strategies in an effort to minimize liability. We engage attorneys who have a broad range of expertise, including:
We look for opportunities to leverage client resources in conjunction with public funding and other public resources. Our relationships with federal agencies (including those responsible for implementing the Great Lakes Legacy Act), key regulators and technical experts who are immersed in public policy and technical developments related to contaminated sediments, allow Phillips Lytle attorneys to provide cost-effective management of these sediment sites.