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Graham Environmental Lawyer

Sharpless McClearn Lester Duffy, PA

200 North Main Street
Suite 304
Graham, NC 27253
United States

Consult with a Proven Graham Environmental Attorney

The proven Graham environmental attorneys at Sharpless McClearn Lester Duffy, PA have experience with multiple industry types and implications of detrimental environmental practices or incidents in the state of North Carolina. Graham environmental attorneys are knowledgeable in all areas of general environmental law, including but not limited to toxic torts, air pollution allegations, and violations of the Clean Water Act in Graham, North Carolina. Clients will have the confidence of knowing that their case is being handled by an experienced and knowledgeable Graham environmental attorney.

The Graham environmental attorneys have experience representing clients in environmental law matters involving:

  • Graham Air Pollution Lawyer
  • Graham Chemical Regulation Lawyer
  • Graham Clean Air Act Lawyer
  • Graham Groundwater Contamination Lawyer
  • Graham Habitat Conservation Lawyer
  • Graham Nuclear Waste Lawyer
  • Graham Pesticide Regulation Lawyer
  • Graham Solid Waste Management Lawyer
  • Graham Toxic Exposure Lawyer
  • Graham Toxic Torts Lawyer
  • Graham Water Pollution Lawyer
  • Graham Wetlands Regulation Lawyer

Experienced Graham Environmental Attorney

The area of North Carolina environmental law encompasses the federal enactments as set by the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), Environmental Quality Improvement Act, Environmental Education Act, and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). These enactments focus to protect the eco-system against actions or business practices that neglect the environmental balance of an area or inflict harm on the environment and its inhabitants in the state of North Carolina and the nation.

The EPA was devised to monitor and analyze the environment, conduct research, and work closely with state and local governments to devise pollution control policies. NEPA has been described as one of Congress’s most far reaching environmental legislation ever passed. The basic purpose of NEPA is to force governmental agencies to consider the effect of their decisions on the environment. North Carolina state laws also reflect the same concerns and common law actions that allow adversely affected property owners to seek a judicial remedy for environmental harms and nuisances.

Some of the areas litigated under North Carolina environmental laws include groundwater and drinking water contamination; Brownfields (the redevelopment of contaminated properties); Superfund cases; permitting and compliance matters (including governmental agency challenges); hazardous substance discharges; wetlands; CAFRA, regulatory “takings” matters, and toxic torts.

Trusted Graham Environmental Law Firm

The Graham environmental attorneys at Sharpless McClearn Lester Duffy, PA are distinguished by a history of successful environmental law claim recoveries and resolutions. For experienced representation in an environmental law matter, contact the Graham environmental lawyers at Sharpless McClearn Lester Duffy, PA in North Carolina.

Sharpless McClearn Lester Duffy, PA

200 North Main Street
Suite 304
Graham, NC 27253
United States

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Sharpless McClearn Lester Duffy, PA

200 North Main Street
Suite 304
Graham, NC 27253
United States

Law Firm Contact: Pamela S. Duffy

Tel: 336.333.6400

Fax: 336.333.6399

Email: pduffy@sharplesslaw.com

Website: www.sharplesslaw.com

Member Since: 2020

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