Broomfield Natural Resources Attorneys

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Broomfield Natural Resources Attorneys

Attorneys (5)

  • Nathan L. Andersohn
  • Attorney at Andersohn Law Office, PC
  • Broomfield, CO U.S.A.
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  • Richard Henry Bate
  • Member at Richard H. Bate
  • Broomfield, CO U.S.A.
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  • Thomas E. Kelley
  • Member at Thomas E. Kelley, PC
  • Broomfield, CO U.S.A.
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Natural Resources

Natural resources attorneys work with both businesses and individuals on a host of legal issues involving the environment; natural gas, oil and mining; land use; contaminated land; water quality and water rights; timber and forests; fishing; and the energy industries. Natural resources law firm can assist companies in the purchase and sale of real estate; zoning issues; regulatory compliance; permitting; and litigation. Landowners who are selling or leasing mineral rights should also turn to natural resources lawyers for assistance negotiating and reviewing contracts, and resolving related disputes.