Taft environmental partner Will Gardner is quoted in the Jan. 26 Cleveland Jewish News article, “Environmental changes on horizon with new administration.”
The article describes climate change and other environmental issues that have been a hot topic in the United States for decades, and have picked up more steam in the last few years, particularly as a consequence of the new administration.
Gardner is quoted as saying “Anything that is climate related affects all of us. It’s not just large companies impacted by these regulations. It could be farmers and residential land developers. Anybody who’s working on projects that affect property are likely to be impacted.”
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Gardner focuses his practice on environmental compliance and permitting; complex environmental litigation and permit appeals; managing environmental remediation projects; and advising clients on environmental due diligence. He earned his J.D. from Indiana University Maurer School of Law – Bloomington.