Jonathan Croner is experienced in a variety of corporate and real estate matters with a particular emphasis on environmental issues. As part of the Energy, Environmental, Safety & Toxic Torts and Corporate Practice Groups, Jon has significant experience in state and federal environmental law, including the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA, otherwise known as “Superfund”), federal wetlands and Fifth Amendment regulatory takings, environmental compliance and general business transactions. He has managed cases across the United States.
In terms of Jon’s corporate and real estate experience, he has advised individuals and small business clients in respect to real estate and commercial transactions, with significant experience in negotiating and drafting partnership agreements, loan agreements, deeds, residential and commercial leases, and property sale and purchase agreements and related documentation.
Regarding Jon’s involvement with environmental and real property matters, he has represented clients on a broad range of environmental and real property matters, including coal and Marcellus Shale gas leasing, negotiating and drafting options and drilling agreements, insurance settlements, and multiple party cost-recovery agreements for remediation of environmental contamination. Jon has also advised clients respecting permits, environmental compliance, Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PADEP) and local regulatory proceedings, and complex multi-party stock and asset sale transactions.
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