Beier Howlett’s environmental law group represents and counsels clients in varied and complex environmental legal matters. Our members of this group litigate environmental issues in federal and state courts and administrative agencies, advise clients regarding compliance, counsel clients in regulatory and permit matters and assist clients regarding corporate and real estate transactions.
The environmental law group incorporates the expertise of members of Beier Howlett’s other practice groups in representing clients. Similarly, members of the environmental law practice group assist all of our other practice groups in environmental aspects in municipal, business, probate and estate planning and real property issues.
Our members in the environmental law practice group have appeared at all levels of federal courts and Michigan courts, including the United States Supreme Court and the Michigan Supreme Court. In particular, we have tried cases in Michigan circuit courts, federal district courts and the Court of Federal Claims in matters including the federal Superfund statute and its Michigan counterpart, leaking underground storage tanks, riparian rights and takings claims.
- Contaminated Site Remediation
- Brownfield Sites
- Transactions Involving Contaminated Property
- Superfund Litigation
- Air Pollution
- Water Pollution
- Riparian Rights
- Citizen Suits
- Sand and Gravel Mining
- Michigan Environmental Protection Act
- Public Lands
- Conservation Easements