Hal Segall has a proven and winning record in litigation in federal and state courts throughout the United States. His practice encompasses a wide range of environmental litigation; toxic tort claims arising from alleged environmental exposures; environmental disputes arising from business acquisitions, real estate transactions, and construction; and commercial contract disputes, including indemnity and insurance issues. Mr. Segall also is experienced with alternative dispute resolution, both as an advocate and a court appointed mediator. He has previously served multiple terms as Chairperson of the Firm’s Litigation Practice Group, and as a member of its five-principal Management Committee, which oversees all firm management and compensation matters.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Harold L. Segall