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The Firms' environmental practice reaches both land and sea.

The Firm has experience in SEQR litigation and DEC and ECB administrative matters and represents a Firm developing new technologies in waste disposal. Mr. Farren organized a committee to propose a "green building" tax credit in New York State which was enacted into law in 1999.

The Firm’s maritime environmental practice has two components. It responds to client needs for statutory and regulatory compliance and it responds to casualty and pollution events as they arise. Compliance covers a broad spectrum including advice on statutory and regulatory requirements and structuring client organization, personnel, documents, and procedures, both ashore and on-board vessels. Casualty response includes on-board/on-site investigations, amelioration and coordination with the wide-range of interested parties as well as preparing for and handling resulting litigation, including criminal issues (see Maritime and Commodity Trading webpage).


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