Lisa Zebovitz is co-chair of Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg’s Environmental practice group. Lisa has extensive experience representing both the government and private sectors in complex litigation and administrative proceedings involving environmental issues in the areas of solid and hazardous wastes, mold, underground tanks, toxic substances, pesticides, water, air and federal procurement. She is uniquely situated to provide cost-effective and practical counsel given that her many years of in-house corporate and government experience allow her to appreciate issues from the client’s perspective, as well as from the government’s.
Lisa’s sophisticated national practice includes Superfund and cost recovery, toxic tort litigation, enforcement actions in federal, state and administrative forums, arbitrations and mediations, due diligence evaluations, environmental compliance auditing, record retention policies, contract and bid reviews, air, water, solid waste landfill and RCRA Part B permitting, insurance coverage, statutory and regulatory analysis and regulation drafting. Counseling clients on compliance issues associated with environmental laws and regulations is a significant component of her practice.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Lisa S. Zebovitz