Mr. Gilberg, a shareholder in the firm, has been practicing environmental law since 1981, concentrating in air quality and hazardous waste-related issues affecting manufacturing industries and economic development interests. Mr. Gilberg regularly handles complex and contested air, water, stormwater and waste-related permitting issues, surface and subsurface contamination problems, and regulatory enforcement actions. A significant part of his practice also includes strategic environmental counseling and risk management in the purchase and sale of business interests and real estate. Ambient and indoor air quality, water quality and availability, toxic substances, and matters involving the Texas State Department of Health Services and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are also an important part of his practice.
Mr. Gilberg is an Adjunct Professor of Environmental Law at the University of North Texas College of Law.
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"Property Tax Relief for Texas Pollution Control Properties," Guida, Slavich & Flores, P.C. (February 2016).View this article.
“Environmental Strategies for the Barnett Shale,” 2011 Energy Symposium sponsored by Texas Wesleyan Law Review and the Tarrant County Bar Association Energy Law Section (March 2011) (prepared in connection with related speaking engagement).View this presentation.
“Municipal Setting Designations: Allocation and Resolution of Environmental Risk in Real Property Transactions,” 31st Annual State Bar of Texas Advanced Real Estate Course (July 2009) (prepared in connection with related speaking engagement).View this article.