Mr. Slavich, a shareholder in the firm, has a diversified environmental law practice where he provides strategic advice to clients on a broad range of environmental issues, including the environmental aspects of real estate, corporate, and commercial transactions, remediation matters, brownfield redevelopment, risk management, compliance matters, and sustainability. He enjoys structuring deals that resolve issues at environmentally-impacted properties to get those properties back into productive use. His environmental practice is complemented by more than a decade of prior experience practicing corporate finance and commercial law.
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"Texas Municipal Setting Designations," in Implementing Institutional Controls at Brownfields and Other Contaminated Sites (Second Edition) (American Bar Association, 2012).Buy this book.
“Allocating Environmental Liabilities and Risks by Contract and Making that Stick,” 33rd Annual State Bar of Texas Advanced Real Estate Law Course (July 2011) (prepared in connection with related speaking engagement).View this article.
“As If It Isn’t Enough to Have a Non-Performing Loan: Dealing With Environmentally-Impacted Distressed Assets,” 41 Texas Environmental Law Journal 29 (Fall 2010).View this article.