David B. Weinstein: Lawyer with Greenberg Traurig, LLP

David B. Weinstein

Tampa Managing Shareholder
Tampa,  FL  U.S.A.
Phone813.318.5701

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  • Litigation
     
    Contact InfoTelephone: 813.318.5701
    Fax: 813.318.5900
    http://www.gtlaw.com/People/David-B-Weinstein
     
    University University of Florida, B.S.B.A., 1981; Member, Trial Competition Team; Member, Florida Blue Key; Member, Omicron Delta Kappa
     
    Law SchoolUniversity of Florida Levin College of Law, J.D., 1986
     
    AdmittedNew York; U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York; Florida; Supreme Court of the United States; U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit; U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit; U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit; U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia; U.S. District Court for the District of Puerto Rico; U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York; U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida; U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Florida; U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida; U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Illinois; District of Columbia
     
    Memberships 

    Professional & Community Involvement

    •Member, American Bar Association
    •At-Large Vice-Chair, Environmental Enforcement and Crimes Committee, Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources, 2013-2015
    •Chair, Environmental Enforcement and Crimes Committee, Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources, 2012-2013
    •Co-Chair, Criminal Litigation and Enforcement Subcommittee, Environmental Litigation Committee, 2009-2015
    •Member, Board of Trustees, David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the Performing Arts
    •Member, Board of Directors, WEDU (west central Florida's leading PBS station)
    •Member, The Florida Bar
    •Member, District of Columbia Bar
    •Member, The New York State Bar Association
    •Member, Herbert G. Goldburg Inn of Court (Criminal Law)
    •Member, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
    •Member, Defense Research Institute
    •Fourth Degree Black Belt; Senior Instructor, Tampa Moo Duk Kwan (a not-for-profit martial arts club)

     
    BornVallejo, California, May 2, 1958
     
    Biography

    David Weinstein has an active civil and white-collar litigation practice, with an emphasis on business, environmental, real estate, health care, and other challenging matters. In the civil context, he represents clients in class actions, mass torts, and other complex litigation. David also represents organizations and individuals in federal, state, and local criminal investigations. In both the civil and criminal areas, David has experience assisting clients with developing and implementing crisis management and public relations strategies. He has significant first-chair trial experience in jury and non-jury trials, as well as arbitrations.

    David is listed in Band #1 of Chambers USA Guide (2015), which describes him as a really fabulous lawyer... well-liked by clients... the kind of guy you would want leading the charge if you had a problem. He is also listed in The Best Lawyers in America, The Legal 500 United States, and Who's Who Legal. David is recognized as one of Florida's Legal Elite by Florida Trend magazine-which inducted him into its Hall of Fame in 2010. Florida Super Lawyers has rated David as one of Florida's Top 100 lawyers seven times. He is AV rated by the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory and the Tampa Bay Business Journal selected him in 2005 for its Who's Who in Business in the Tampa Bay Area.

    David has a long record of service to the legal profession and the community, including the following positions: Member, Board of Trustees, Straz Center for the Performing Arts; Member, Board of Directors, WEDU, West Central Florida's primary public broadcasting station; Chairman, City of Tampa Board of Ethics; Member, Chair (and current Co-Chair-at-Large), Environmental Enforcement and Crimes Committee, ABA Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources; and Co-Chair, Civil & Criminal Litigation Enforcement Subcommittee, ABA Environmental Litigation Committee. He is also a member of the Herbert G. Goldburg Inn of Court (Criminal Law) and the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. A fourth degree black belt, David served as the senior instructor of Tampa Moo Duk Kwan, a not-for-profit martial arts club.

    David regularly lectures and writes on issues affecting the business community, including presentations for the American Bar Association, the United States Sentencing Commission, the Federal Bar Association, the Florida Chamber of Commerce, and The Florida Bar, as well as articles in the Federal Bar News & Journal, The Florida Bar Journal, The National Law Review, and in Defense Research Institute and ABA newsletters. He has also been featured in Law360 and the Who's Who Legal roundtable.

    David is a member of The New York State Bar Association, The District of Columbia Bar, and The Florida Bar. He is also admitted to the bars of the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Second, District of Columbia, and Eleventh Circuits, as well as the U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, the District of Columbia, the Southern District of Illinois, the Northern, Middle, and Southern Districts of Florida, and the District of Puerto Rico. David received his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Florida, where he was a member of the Trial Competition Team, Florida Blue Key, and Omicron Delta Kappa.

    Areas of Concentration

    •Business litigation
    •White collar criminal defense
    •Environmental, real estate, and land use litigation
    •Health care litigation
    •Toxic torts
    •Mass torts
    •Class actions
    •Trial and appellate practice

    Awards & Recognition

    •Listed, Florida Trend magazine, Legal Elite, Environmental & Land Use, 2004-2015
    • Hall of Fame, 2010-2015
    •Recipient, Excellence in Writing Award, Journal & News Editorial Board, The Florida Bar, 2015
    •Listed, The Best Lawyers in America: Environmental Law, Commercial Litigation, and Litigation - Environment, 2005-2015
    •Listed, Band #1 Chambers and Partners USA Guide, an annual listing of the world's leading business lawyers and law firms (Environmental Law) 2009-2015
    •Listed, The Legal 500 United States, 2011-2015
    •Listed, Litigation - Product Liability and Mass Tort Defense: Toxic Tort, 2011-2014
    •Listed, Super Lawyers magazine, Florida Super Lawyers
    • Top 50 Lawyers in Tampa, 2015
    • Top 100 Lawyers in Florida, 2009-2014
    •Listed, Who's Who Legal, 2013-2015
    •Selected, Who's Who in Business in the Tampa Bay Area, Tampa Bay Business Journal, 2005
    •Rated, AV Preeminent 5.0 out of 5

    AV, BV, AV Preeminent and BV Distinguished are registered certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used under in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies.

    Articles, Publications, & Lectures

    Articles

    •Featured, Special Report: Law, Tampa Bay Business Journal, January 22, 2015
    •Quoted, Class Action Seeks a Slice of Papa John's in Sales Tax Controversy, Tax Analysts, May 28, 2014
    •Quoted, Papa John's Tops Delivery Fees with Illegal Tax: Suit, Law360, May 23, 2014
    •Author, Bell v. Cheswick Generating Station: A Blow to the Clean Air Act 'Permit Shield, ' Environmental Enforcement and Crimes Committee Newsletter, American Bar Association, April 2014
    •Author, Venue-Selection Clauses: A Trap for the Unwary, The Florida Bar Journal, February 3, 2014
    •Featured Interview, Key Issues Facing Lawyers Today, Who's Who Legal Roundtable, 2013
    •Author, Managing the Complex: A Brief Survey of Lone Pine Orders, Westlaw Environmental Journal Vol. 34, No. 3, August 21, 2013
    •Author, An Art of War Lesson Applied to Mass Torts: The Lone Pine Strategy, American Bar Association Environmental Enforcement and Crimes Committee Newsletter, August 2013
    •Featured, Q&A With Greenberg Traurig's David Weinstein, Law360, May 9, 2013
    •Author, Environmental Enforcement and Crimes 2012 Annual Report, The Year in Review 2012, American Bar Association Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources, 2013
    •Author, Bolstering the Presumption of APA Reviewability: The Supreme Court Subjects CWA Compliance Orders, and Potentially Other Agency Actions, to Immediate Judicial Review, American Bar Association Environmental Enforcement and Crimes Committee Newsletter, August 2012
    •Author, Supreme Court Broadens The Types of Federal Agency Actions That Can Be Challenged in Court, The National Law Review, April 8, 2012
    •Author, Environmental Enforcement and Crimes 2011 Annual Report, The Year in Review 2011, American Bar Association Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources, 2012
    •Author, An Art of War Lesson Applied to Mass Torts: The Lone Pine Strategy, American Bar Association Environmental Enforcement and Crimes Committee Newsletter, March 2011
    •Author, Environmental Enforcement and Crimes 2010 Annual Report, The Year in Review 2010, American Bar Association Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources, 2011
    •Author, Lone Pine Orders in Environmental Mass Torts, The Environmental Litigator, Vol. 21, No. 4, Summer 2010
    •Author, An Overview of Toxic Mold Litigation in Florida, Toxic Mold Litigation, Second Edition (Lawyers & Judges Publishing), 2009
    •Author, Internal Investigations: An Overview of Practical Considerations for Counsel and Their Clients, The Environmental Litigator, Vol. 20, No. 3, Summer 2009
    •Author, Conducting An Internal Environmental Investigation: Considerations For Companies and Their Counsel, ABA Environmental Enforcement and Crimes Committee Newsletter, Vol. 10, No. 1, January 2009
    •Author, If One Replaces the Other, Will the Third Be Necessary? Corporate Integrity, Defense Research Institute, October 2007
    •Author, The Evolving Duty to Preserve Evidence, American Bar Association Environmental Litigation Committee Newsletter, Fall 2005
    •Author, Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product - A Primer for Environmental Consultants, American Society of Safety Engineers Environmental Practice Specialty Newsletter - EnviroMentor, Vol. 4, No. 2, Winter 2005
    •Author, EPA Issues Guidelines and Seeks Information in Response to Supreme Court Ruling, Lawyer, March 2003
    •Author, Private Causes of Action for Pollution Damages Pursuant to Section 376.313, Florida Statutes, Lawyer, February 2003
    •Author, The Expanding Criminalization of Environmental Laws: The Recent Decisions in Hanousek, Hong, and Hansen, The Florida Bar Journal, January 2003
    •Author, Recent Decisions Expand Criminalization of Environmental Law, Lawyer, September 2002
    •Author, Class Certification Denied in MTBE Gasoline Additive Litigation, Florida Specifier, October 2002
    •Author, The MTBE Controversy, Lawyer, November 2001
    •Author, The Responsible Corporate Officer Doctrine, Lawyer, October 2001
    •Author, The Primary Jurisdiction Doctrine in Environmental Cases, Lawyer, June 2001
    •Author, An Overview of Proposed Changes for the 2001 Legislative Session, Part II: Performance Based Permitting, Lawyer, May 2001
    •Author, An Overview of Proposed Changes for the 2001 Legislative Session, Part I: Environmental Litigation Reform Act, Lawyer, April 2001
    •Author, A Basic Overview of Major Federal Environmental Laws - Part II, Lawyer, November 2000
    •Author, A Basic Overview of Major Federal Environmental Laws - Part I, Lawyer, October 2000
    •Author, What Makes an Environmental Matter a Criminal Case? Lawyer, September 2000
    •Author, Superfund: A Legislative and Administrative Update, Environmental Management Review, First Quarter 1996
    •Author, Employee Confidentiality and Covenants Not to Compete - Protecting Your Corporate Assets, Employment Regulations in Florida, Institute of Business Law, California State University, Los Angeles, 1994, 1996
    •Author, Defending Against an Application for Injunctive Relief in an Environmental Case, Federal Bar News & Journal, July 1992
    •Author, The Amount in Controversy Requirement, Issues of Valuation and Viewpoint, Federal Bar News & Journal, June/July 1991

    Lectures
    •Instructor, Ethical Issues for Attorneys and Consultants: Attorney-Client Privilege, Confidentiality, and Work Product Doctrine, Florida Bar Environmental & Land Use Law Section Annual Update, August 2014
    •Instructor, Defending Your Permit Against Legal and Other Assaults, 28th Annual Florida Chamber Environmental Permitting Summer School, July 2014
    •Instructor, Protecting Environmental Permits From Legal and Other Attacks, 26th Annual Florida Chamber Environmental Permitting Summer School, July 2012
    •Moderator, Hollywood v. Reality: What an Environmental Criminal Investigator Really Does and What Legal Tools Lawyers Can Use to Protect the Client, American Bar Association's Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources 40th Annual Conference on Environmental Law, March 2011
    •Speaker, Demystifying the MDL Process, American Bar Association, October 2010
    •Speaker, Judicial and Administrative Remedies and Claims: Curd v. Mosaic Fertilizer, Fire on the Coast! The Deepwater Horizon Oil Release: Implications for Florida. The Florida Bar, August 2010
    •Speaker, Lone Pine Orders in Environmental Mass Torts, American Bar Association, Summer 2010
    •Moderator, Preparing for the Rise of Nuisance Claims, Including Defending Against Public, Private, and Climate Change Nuisance Actions, American Conference Institute's Chemical Products Liability and Environmental Litigation Conference, April 2010
    •Speaker, Internal Investigations: An Overview of Practical Considerations for Counsel and their Clients, American Bar Association, 2009
    •Speaker, The McNulty Memorandum, American Bar Association, 2007
    •Speaker, Managing on Environmental Crisis, Florida Chamber of Commerce Environmental Summer School, 2007
    •Speaker, Strategies for Avoiding Environmental Liability, Florida Chamber of Commerce Environmental Summer School, 2006
    •Speaker, Negotiating Settlement or Consent Agreements, Florida Chamber of Commerce Environmental Permitting Short Course, 2006
    •Speaker, Digital Dangers: The Brave New (Ethical) World of Identification, Preservation, and Collection of Electronic and Other Evidence (Special Update on the ABA's Special Task Force on the Attorney-Client Privilege), American Bar Association, 2005
    •Speaker, The Evolving Duty to Preserve Evidence, American Bar Association, 2005
    •Speaker, The Attorney-Client Privilege and Work-Product Doctrine: Issues for Environmental Consultants, Counsel, and Clients, International Society of Technical and Environmental Professionals Annual Technical Conference, 2004
    •Speaker, Federal Environmental Enforcement: Broad Powers - Serious Consequences, Florida Chamber of Commerce Environmental Summer School, 2004
    •Speaker, Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product: Issues for Environmental Consultants, Counsel and Clients, Florida Chamber of Commerce Environmental Permitting Short Course, 2004
    •Speaker, Environmental Crimes and the Consequences of Conviction, Florida Chamber of Commerce Environmental Summer School, 2003
    •Speaker, Attorney-Client Privilege Issues for Environmental Consultants and Executives, Florida Chamber of Commerce Environmental Permitting Short Course, 2003
    •Speaker, Hanousek, Hong, and Hansen: Pushing the Envelope of the Criminalization of Environmental Law, Florida Chamber of Commerce Environmental Summer School, 2002
    •Speaker, The Toxic Substances Control Act, Government Institutes, 2002
    •Speaker, Criminal Environmental Enforcement - Serious Consequences for Non-Compliance, Florida Chamber of Commerce Environmental Summer School, 2001
    •Speaker, Environmental Crimes and the Consequences of Conviction, Florida Chamber of Commerce Environmental Permitting Short Course, 2001
    •Speaker, When Does an Environmental Matter Become a Criminal Case? Florida Chamber of Commerce Environmental Summer School, 2000
    •Speaker, General Overview of Subtitle C of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, Government Institutes, 1999
    •Speaker, Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (a Superfund Update), Government Institutes, 1998
    •Speaker, Employee Confidentiality and Covenants Not to Compete - Protecting Your Corporate Assets, Employment Regulations in Florida, Institute of Business Law, California State University, Los Angeles, CA, 1994, 1996
    •Speaker, Regulation of Underground Storage Tanks, National Business Institute, 1994, 1995

    Associated News & Events

    Press Releases

    06.29.15 Five Greenberg Traurig Tampa Attorneys Named to 2015 Florida Trend Legal Elite
    06.23.15 13 Greenberg Traurig Attorneys Named 2015 Florida Trend Legal Elite
    06.15.15 Greenberg Traurig Tampa's David B. Weinstein and Andrew J. Patch Awarded 2014 Excellence in Writing Award by The Florida Bar Journal & News Editorial Board
    06.15.15 9 Greenberg Traurig Environmental Practice Attorneys Recognized in 2015 Edition of The Legal 500 United States Guide
    06.12.15 Seven Greenberg Traurig Tampa Attorneys Named 2015 Florida Super Lawyers and Rising Stars
    06.11.15 95 Greenberg Traurig Attorneys Named 2015 Florida Super Lawyers and Rising Stars
    06.09.15 18 Greenberg Traurig Florida Attorneys Recognized in 2015 Edition of The Legal 500 United States Guide to Outstanding Lawyers
    06.08.15 100-Plus Greenberg Traurig Attorneys Recommended in The Legal 500 United States 2015 Guide to Outstanding Lawyers
    05.29.15 Five Greenberg Traurig Tampa Shareholders Recognized in 2015 Chambers USA Guide
    05.27.15 Greenberg Traurig Environmental Attorneys Named in 2015 Chambers USA Guide

    Published Articles

    04.15.14 Bell v. Cheswick Generating Station: A Blow to the Clean Air Act Permit Shield
    02.03.14 Venue-selection Clauses: A Trap for the Unwary
    08.21.13 Managing the Complex: A Brief Survey of Lone Pine Orders
    03.01.11 An Art of War Lesson Applied to Mass Torts: The Lone Pine Strategy

    Alerts

    04.04.12 Supreme Court Broadens the Types of Federal Agency Actions That Can Be Challenged in Court (Also at Washington, D.C. and New York, N.Y. Offices)

     
    Reported CasesSignificant Representations: Curd, et al. v. Mosaic Fertilizer. Currently defending Mosaic in a putative class action by commercial fishermen alleging damages purportedly resulting from a release of approximately 65 million gallons of process water from a phosphogypsum stack, which was caused by Hurricane Frances.; Confidential Client. Currently defending a European client against charges brought in the Southern District of New York involving offshore banking and attendant tax issues. Currently representing other European clients in federal criminal investigations.; Tucker, et al. v. Papa John's International Inc., et al. Currently defending Papa John's in an Illinois state-wide class action against allegations that Papa John's taxation practices violated the Illinois Consumer Fraud Act, the Uniform Deceptive Trade Practices Act, and give rise to other causes of action.; Williams v. Mosaic Fertilizer, et al. Currently defending Mosaic in federal court in toxic tort litigation in which Plaintiff alleges she suffered adverse health effects as a result of exposure to industrial emissions.; Confidential Client. Currently representing individuals in a federal criminal investigation involving alleged Clean Air Act violations in the District of Puerto Rico.; Interactive Retail Management, Inc., et al. v. Microsoft Online, L.P., et al. Currently defending Microsoft in a putative class action in which the class representative alleges that it and others similarly situated were damaged because Microsoft failed to prevent fraudulent clicks, i.e., clicks on an advertiser's link that are not generated by prospective customers, which purportedly resulted in charges for advertising that putative class members never received.; Confidential Client. Currently representing a national non-profit organization in an investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Inspector General, involving federal grant funding.; Jameson Land Co. v. Mosaic Fertilizer. Currently defending Mosaic in federal litigation involving multiple parcels of real property located in Hillsborough and Polk Counties, Florida.; Schojan, et al. v. Papa John's International Inc., et al. Currently defending Papa John's in a state-wide class action against allegations that Papa John's taxation practices violated Florida law, including its Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act.; Mims Properties Investments, et al. v. Mosaic Fertilizer. Defended Mosaic in complex litigation-that culminated in a multi-week federal jury trial-involving an alleged breach of land reclamation agreements and improper reclamation at a 2, 000+ acre former phosphate mine. Plaintiffs filed a sixteen-count complaint and sought damages in excess of $50 million. The jury returned a split verdict awarding plaintiffs approximately $1.5 million-less than 3% of what they had originally sought. The court subsequently ordered a remittitur, which reduced the damages award by more than $750, 000. The case was subsequently settled while on appeal.; Los Angeles Unified School District v. Cronimet, et al. Defended Cronimet and United Alloys & Metals in an action filed in the Central District of California involving allegations of offsite groundwater contamination from chlorinated solvents purportedly affecting a nearby school.; U.S. United Ocean Services v. Mosaic Fertilizer. Defended Mosaic in an arbitration proceeding in New York before the Society of Maritime Arbitrators in which claimant demanded approximately $50 million in damages. The claim was for deadfreight allegedly due following a force majeure event declared by Mosaic after mining was enjoined at a major mine. After detailed briefing by the parties and two weeks of arbitration hearings, claimant dismissed its case against Mosaic, with prejudice, in exchange for an agreement not to seek an award of attorneys' fees and costs.; U.S. v. Lee. Defended Chief Officer of foreign flagged vessel in a federal criminal prosecution under 18 U.S.C. 1001.; Florida Judicial Qualifications Commission v. Hon. Gregory P. Holder (Inquiry Concerning a Judge No. 02-487). Lead trial counsel in defense of Circuit Court Judge accused of making false statement to the U.S. Air Force. Obtained first defense verdict at trial against JQC in 19 years.; Ross, et al. v. Lennar Corporation. Defended Lennar in a putative class action involving allegations that class members were damaged as a result of purchasing homes located on or adjacent to land formerly used as a U.S. military munitions range during World War II.; Confidential Client. Represented client in criminal investigation by the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation concerning construction incident that resulted in deaths of protected wildlife and destruction of protected habitat. No charges were filed against the client.; Sierra Club Sierra Club, et al. v. Army Corps of Engineers, et al. Obtained summary judgment in a federal court challenge to mining at the Altman Tract, which was filed by the Sierra Club and other environmental groups challenging a Section 404 Clean Water Act permit issued by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.; Mosaic v. Van Fleet International Airport Development Group. Obtained summary judgment in a $20 million contract action concerning an option to purchase more than 20, 000 acres of land. The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed and the Supreme Court denied certiorari.; U.S. v. WellCare. Represented major managed-care provider in investigations by federal and state authorities. The client entered a deferred prosecution agreement with the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Middle District of Florida.; U.S. v. Honeywell. Represented clients in a federal criminal investigation concerning a workplace fatality at a Louisiana chemical plant.; Thomas Moore, et al. v. News Corp., New World Communications of Tampa, Inc., and Fox Television Stations, Inc. Defended News Corporation and Fox Television Stations in a class action that was filed during national contract negotiations between News Corporation and Bright House Networks regarding its rights to rebroadcast Fox programming, including the Sugar Bowl, over its cable network. Defeated Plaintiffs' request for injunctive relief at a highly publicized hearing and Plaintiffs subsequently abandoned their claims. Shortly thereafter, News Corporation and Bright House agreed to terms of a national deal for rebroadcast rights for Fox programming over the Bright House cable system.; MundoFox Broadcasting, LLC v. America-CV Network, LLC. Prosecuted claims for damages and rescission of a Station Affiliation Agreement and a Production Services Agreement against a MundoFox station affiliate and consummated a favorable settlement in less than two months.; E.S. Bankest, LLC v. United Beverage of Florida, et al. Defended subsidiary of Sysco Corporation, which was one of 58 named defendants, in action for conspiracy to defraud, RICO conspiracy, fraudulent misrepresentation, and negligent misrepresentation.; In re Methyl Tertiary Butyl-Ether ( MTBE ) Products Liability Litigation, 209 F.R.D. 323 (S.D.N.Y. 2002). Defended ExxonMobil in multidistrict litigation in which injunctive relief sought in Florida alone exceeded $100 million. Class certification was denied.; In re Lake Apopka Bird Deaths. Represented environmental professionals in the federal criminal investigation of the Lake Apopka bird kill.; U.S. v. Royal Caribbean Cruise Line. Represented a Norwegian cruise ship officer in a federal criminal case in the District of Puerto Rico involving alleged violations of U.S. and international laws.; In re Condea Vista. Defended senior manager of a chemical plant in a federal criminal investigation arising out of a 20 million pound chemical release from a Louisiana pipeline.; Represented client in the federal investigation of former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, Michael Espy, by Independent Counsel, Donald Smaltz.; Hannas v. Ashland Chemical Co. Resolved, through a mutually beneficial business transaction, a federal court action against Ashland involving alleged groundwater contamination of property adjacent to a chemical distribution facility.; U.S. v. Bay Drum and Steel, et al. Defended client in prosecution for conspiracy to violate hazardous waste laws.; In re General Electric. Represented GE in a criminal investigation concerning alleged violations of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, as well as civil enforcement involving a proposed penalty of more than $2 million.; Coverage of Significant Representations has appeared in Time Magazine, The New York Times, Bloomberg, The Associated Press, Florida Trend magazine, the St. Petersburg Times, The Tampa Tribune, the Orlando Sentinel, and other print and electronic media.
     
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