Bartoletti and Avalon Published in Law360

Taft attorneys Dave Bartoletti and Ina Avalon co-authored the article “Why RWI Insurers Should Consider Excluding PFAS,” which was published by Law360 on May 2.

The article examines the exclusion of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) from representations and warranties insurance (RWI) as a market standard. To read the full article, click here.

Bartoletti is a partner in Taft’s Business, Transactional Risk, and Tax practice groups. He assists for-profit and tax-exempt entities and individuals across industries to ensure new businesses, ventures, acquisitions, and capital raising activities can achieve their business goals in the most tax efficient manner available. Representative transactions include serving as tax counsel for private funds, their sponsors, and investors in fund formation, structuring and wind-down transactions, and serving as tax counsel for strategic buyers and family-owned sellers undertaking tax-driven transactions such as tax-free reorganizations, spin-offs, investments in qualified small business stock and structuring deals to obtain qualified opportunity zone tax benefits.

Avalon is an attorney in Taft’s Environmental practice group. She represents clients in a wide variety of matters including environmental compliance, permitting, and litigation. She also advises clients on complex legal issues relating to environmental regulations and environmental policy.


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