The Livability Law practice assists real estate developers, corporations and municipalities in transforming contaminated lands into productive sites that help communities grow. Team members are knowledgeable in every aspect of brownfields redevelopment in order to provide our clients with an extensive network of contacts, up-to-the-minute analysis of changing state voluntary cleanup programs, and regulatory and risk management tools to quantify environmental risks and structure transactions in ways that minimize potential environmental liabilities.
We also understand the policies and practices that govern the implementation, monitoring and enforcement of institutional controls (land use restrictions) on contaminated sites. We have substantial experience negotiating pollution legal liability, remediation cost cap, blended finite risk and secured creditor policies to facilitate these deals. We also have extensive experience in bringing federal, state and local financial incentives to the table.