Ms. Longroy, a shareholder in the firm, offers legal advice to clients on a wide variety of environmental matters, most often related to commercial real estate, corporate, or capital transactions. She enjoys finding ways to strategically manage environmental risks, address remediation matters, and comply with environmental laws, all while achieving her clients’ goals. In addition to addressing the environmental aspects of transactions, Ms. Longroy helps her clients to structure, negotiate and close complex commercial real estate transactions, including the purchase, sale, subdivision and development of property, and the leasing of property for a variety of uses, including office, call center, data center, industrial, restaurant, and agricultural uses.
Prior to commencing her law practice, Ms. Longroy was first an analytical chemist then gained extensive regulatory experience with laws governing the registration and manufacturing of pesticides and animal drugs.
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"Who is the Consultant Working for?" Guida, Slavich & Flores, P.C. (October 2017).View this article.
Chapter 35, Ethical Considerations,” Environmental Law, 2015-2016 ed. (Vol. 46, Texas Practice Series) (2015).Purchase this book.