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Jeff has handled cases involving pipeline explosion and release liability, spill and pollution liability, and environmental damage and restoration. Jeff has litigated against numerous private individuals and advocacy groups, as well as disputes involving State, Federal and Tribal agencies.
Jeff serves as national counsel for clients and has handled matters venued in Montana, North Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado, Minnesota, New Mexico, New York, Virginia, California, Washington, Georgia, Florida, Utah and Washington D.C.
Jeff has served as Crowley Fleck PLLP’s Litigation Department Chair and for six years was a member of the Firm’s three person Executive Committee. He is listed as “exceptional” and as a “litigation star” in Benchmark Litigation and has been described as a “rising star” in Super Lawyers. He has an “AV” or “Preeminent” Martindale-Hubbell rating and has had that rating since his first year of eligibility
Honors & Awards
Benchmark Litigation (2013-present)
Mountain States Super Lawyers Rising Star (2009-2012)
AV Preeminent Rating by Martindale-Hubbell (Since his first year of eligibility to present)
Knights of Columbus
Volunteer for School District No. 2
Presentations & Publications
Author of “A Practitioner’s Guide to Statements of Fault and the Medical Diagnosis and Treatment Exception to the Hearsay Rule,” XXXIII Land and Water Law Review, No. 2 (1998)
“Wyoming’s Last Great Range War: The Modern Debate over the State’s Public School Lands,” XXXIV Land and Water Law Review, No. 1 (1999).
State Bar of Montana
Wyoming State Bar Association
American Bar Association
Yellowstone County Bar Association
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