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Environmental litigation attorneys work with individuals, businesses or organizations that are involved in litigation over environmental regulation.
Environmental litigation cases include a wide variety of elements such as oil and chemical spills, toxic waste dumping, land development, natural resource usage, and wildlife protection.
Other litigation matters involve enforcement of environmental rules and permits.
Often attorneys specialize in representing either plaintiffs or defendants.
Environmental litigation attorneys listed here are recognized by their peers for their professional achievements making it easy to find a qualified lawyer to resolve your legal woes.
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