At Stradley Ronon, we think it’s vital for our attorneys to have more than just legal know-how, that’s why our environmental attorneys have both legal acumen and real-world business experience allowing them to be not just capable attorneys, but also effective facilitators and problem solvers. We work to understand your business and your goals, and we take pride in making connections and introductions between clients and potential business partners and in identifying business opportunities to bring to our clients. Our goal is to be a valuable and trusted resource to our clients in highly technical and complicated situations.

Stradley Solutions
We work with clients all over the world interested in doing business in the mid-Atlantic region. Our attorneys have decades of experience dealing with:

  • financing of all forms and types of projects on behalf of developers, lenders and investors and other issues facing energy and clean-tech businesses 
  • representation before, and interaction with, regulatory agencies at the federal, state and local levels 
  • litigation in state and federal courts when necessary to protect our clients’ interests 
  • negotiation of settlement agreements, access agreements, permits and approvals that are equitable to our clients 
  • performance of due diligence in the acquisition of real estate on behalf of our clients 
  • identification of liability issues and risk management techniques, which provide our clients with options 
  • risk mitigation, including insurance products for project delay and business interruption 
  • oversight and strategic management of remediation projects 
  • interfacing with environmental consultants and other technical professionals to ensure that our clients understand how their resources are being spent 
  • applying cutting-edge uses of methane gas, creating ultraclean fuels, profitable energy-producing facilities and biomass-derived industrial chemicals 
  • for early-stage companies, assisting with venture capital, compensation and incentive packages for key management, technology licensing and technology transfer
  • strategizing with clients in the identification and evaluation of brownfield sites and state and federal financing opportunities to make such sites not just feasible but also profitable
  • taxation of investment partnerships and tax regulations affecting depreciation and investment tax grants/credits
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