Environmental Law

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The presence of hazardous materials or wetlands can significantly impact the use and value of a property, and the potential regulatory maze of environmental laws can significantly complicate a real estate transaction. Anticipating and addressing these potential environmental issues, along with appropriate environmental due diligence, have become essential components of real estate transactions. Maslon lawyers work collectively with our clients, environmental consultants and regulatory entities on environmental issues, including coordination and review of Phase I, Phase II, wetland delineation and other reports and studies, compliance and remediation work with environmental regulatory agencies, preparation and review of environmental audits and other environmental issues. Maslon employs a positive and creative approach to avoiding potential environmental problems and crafting favorable solutions to potential and actual environmental issues.

EVENTS

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"Foundations of Real Estate Transactions," Minnesota State Bar Association, 2015
Cyri Wiggins

PUBLICATIONS

"Owner-Architect Form Agreements: An Owner's Perspective," The Practical Real Estate Lawyer, March 2017
Andrew N. Jacobson
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