Michele’s experience includes representing chemical and energy clients in complex environmental matters including defending clients in state cost-recovery and enforcement actions and prosecuting and defending contractual indemnity litigation involving historical environmental contamination. Michele’s experience also includes PRP allocation matters for CERCLA, RCRA and state analogous claims for Superfund and environmental sites across the country both seeking to recover costs incurred from potentially responsible parties and defending her clients to minimize their share of the total liability. Michele is knowledgeable in the field of e-discovery and using technology to manage discovery in “mega” party litigation. She presently serves on The Sedona Conference Working Group on Electronic Document Retention and Production.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Michele R. Blythe