Scott Alexander(317) firstname.lastname@example.org
Scott has over 20 years of experience representing clients concerning all aspects of environmental law. For the last several years, he has served as principal counsel for major utilities with respect to environmental permitting and compliance issues under the CAA, CWA, and RCRA in Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Wisconsin, and Iowa.
Kim Burke(513) email@example.com
Kim practices in a variety of environmental law areas, including Superfund defense and negotiation, regulatory enforcement, development and implementation of hazardous substance remedial investigation and corrective measure plans, defense of toxic tort and other civil and criminal claims, real estate transfers, acquisitions and divestitures, government funding, including stimulus and brownfields, environmental insurance litigation, environmental permits and administrative proceedings before state and federal environmental agencies.
Jayna M. Cacioppo(317) firstname.lastname@example.org
Jayna is an experienced commercial litigator. She has significant experience in complex environmental litigation, and has defended corporations in environmental actions involving CERCLA, RCRA, the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act and related state statutes.
Frank J. Deveau(317) email@example.com
Frank is co-chair of Taft’s Environmental Practice and represents clients in relation to all aspects of environmental law. His publications include The Indiana Guide to Underground Storage Tanks (Published by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce), The Bona Fide Prospective Purchaser Defense to CERCLA Liability (ABA Publishing 2013), Environmental Liability and Insurance Recovery (ABA Publishing 2012), and “The Application and Regulation of Institutional Controls in Indiana” in Implementing Institutional Controls at Brownfields and Other Contaminated Sites.
E. Chase Dressman(513) firstname.lastname@example.org
Chase advises clients on compliance with federal and state environmental laws and regulations (including CERCLA, RCRA, TSCA, Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, and FIFRA), and represents clients in complex business and environmental litigation in state and federal court.
David L. Guevara(317) email@example.com
David concentrates his practice in complex environmental litigation and insurance law. David’s legal publications include two books: Environmental Liability and Insurance Recovery (ABA Publishing 2012) and The Bona Fide Prospective Purchaser Defense to CERCLA Liability (ABA Publishing 2013). He is also the author of “The Application and Regulation of Institutional Controls in Indiana” in Implementing Institutional Controls at Brownfields and Other Contaminated Sites (ABA Publishing 2012).
Tammara D. Porter(317) firstname.lastname@example.org
Tammara is an attorney in Taft’s Litigation group. She routinely represents companies and individuals in matters involving a wide variety of commercial litigation. Tammara has also served an integral role in a large multidistrict litigation involving products liability.
Jeffrey Stemerick(317) email@example.com
Jeff’s practice focuses on environmental litigation, as well as general civil litigation. He also represents clients in real estate and commercial transactions by assisting with environmental due diligence and providing advice on limiting potential environmental liabilities.
Thomas T. Terp(513) firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom concentrates his practice on commercial litigation and environmental matters and has represented clients throughout the United States, frequently in precedent-setting litigation. He also has advised clients on environmental issues in connection with real estate transfers, loan transactions and mergers and acquisitions.
William C. Wagner(317) 713-3614WWagner@taftlaw.com
Bill is a seasoned trial lawyer who concentrates his practice on complex commercial litigation, environmental law, and white collar criminal defense. He holds the CIPP/G, CIPP/US, CPCU designations, is a member of the Sedona Conference Working Groups on Data Security and Privacy Liability, and Electronic Document Retention and Production, and serves as a Steering Committee Member to DRI’s Government Enforcement and Corporate Compliance Committee.