John H. Paul's practice focuses on environmental and energy law, and environmental quality review of project proposals.
His environmental practice focuses on regulatory compliance, permitting, and administrative law, as well as counseling clients on energy, takings, environmental quality review, and land use matters. John has helped obtain, modify and renew permits under state and local programs governing energy facility siting, air, stormwater, solid waste, and wetlands development. John’s compliance counseling addresses the handling, transport, and disposal of hazardous materials, as well as compliance with air, water, and solid waste permits. He has advised a wide range of clients on site contamination, remediation, and brownfields development matters. He also drafts and negotiates a wide range of contracts related to asset and property acquisitions, environmental services, construction, and cleanup cost allocation matters.
Articles in the National Law Review database by John H. Paul