August 14, 2022

Volume XII, Number 226

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Daniella D. Landers

Daniella Landers focuses her practice on a broad range of environmental, health & safety (EHS) compliance, transactional, and litigation matters where she counsels energy companies, manufacturers, industrial facilities, financial institutions, real estate interests, and other businesses on complex environmental and related land use issues. These include risk assessment, environmental social governance (ESG), crises management and incident response, environmental permitting and compliance, environmental due diligence in acquisitions and transactions, management of environmental issues affecting the upstream, midstream, downstream, and renewables and alternative energy sectors, natural resources damages claims, climate change initiatives, and pollution exposure disputes.

She frequently counsels clients on corrective actions, brownfields redevelopment, environmental closures and groundwater remediation as well as assists in the review and audit of operations to address air, water and waste compliance issues for manufacturing, industrial or waste disposal facilities. She has been seconded by clients as in-house counsel on several occasions to handle environmental issues. Daniella helps clients navigate environmental crises and develop legal response strategies tailored to each specific situation. She handles governmental investigations of environmental matters, environmental enforcement defense, responses to citizen protest actions, cost recovery claims and Superfund litigation.

Daniella is a frequent speaker and writer on environmental, energy, and litigation issues, and also serves as an adjunct professor on these topics at local law schools.

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Articles in the National Law Review database by Daniella D. Landers

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