Kramer Levin Land Use Lawyer Valerie Campbell Promoted to Counsel
2017 Best Lawyers in America Recognizes Kramer Levin Attorneys
Representing TF Cornerstone in the Brownfield cleanup of the Queens West Development Site in Long Island City.
Representing Vornado Realty Trust in the environmental impact review for the 15 Penn Plaza project in midtown Manhattan.
Litigating challenges to the environmental review and exercise of eminent domain for the Atlantic yards project in Brooklyn on behalf of the Forest City Ratner Companies.
Advising the official committees of unsecured creditors of the General Motors Corporation and Chrysler LLC on environmental issues arising from both bankruptcy proceedings.
Representing a leading insurance company in evaluating environmental risk associated with the issuance of transactional insurance policies.
Counseling Extell Development Company on environmental matters related to the Riverside South project on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.
Advising a major aluminum manufacturer on various environmental compliance matters and environmental due diligence associated with potential acquisitions.
Representing a major medical center in the environmental impact review associated with a major new clinical building and an expansion of its existing emergency department.
Representing developer RXR Glen Isle Partners LLC in getting environmental approvals from federal and state regulators for a billion dollar mixed use waterfront project in Glen Cove, New York.
Advising the Howard Hughes Corporation on environmental matters associated with the proposed redevelopment of South Street Seaport in lower Manhattan.
Providing ongoing environmental compliance counseling to Columbia University in connection with the development of the Manhattanville Campus in upper Manhattan.
Providing compliance counseling to debtor Saint Vincent Catholic Medical Centers on environmental matters associated with hospital property.
Representing a major regional solid waste company in its regulatory matters and acquisitions of other waste companies.
Representing Avalon Bay Communities, Inc. in recovery of up to $25 million dollars spent or to be spent on remediation of a contaminated site in Queens, New York.