The Environmental Law Network (ELN) is the first environmental law firm network that makes local representation available nationwide. Through ELN, more than 250 environmental attorneys share ideas, information, experiences, and contacts to increase the value of legal representation for their respective clients. ELN also has foreign affiliates in Argentina, Brazil, Canada, France, Italy, Mexico, the United Kingdom and Spain. Leaders in each of the member firms average more than 20 years of experience in the field.
Chambers Global, The World’s Leading Business Lawyers (2022 Edition) recognized the Environmental Law Network as a Band One Environmental Legal Network. ELN was the only environmental law network to be globally recognized in Chambers. For a complete listing of all ELN Lawyers and Firms recognized by Chambers Global, please click here.
The Environmental Law Network (ELN) is pleased to announce that twenty-one of ELN’s member law firms were recognized as The Best Lawyers in America and U.S. News Best Law Firms. For a complete listing of all ELN members recognized by The Best Lawyers in America and U.S. News Best Law Firms, please click here.
Bick Law, LLP
The unique and ever-changing nuances of environmental law demand experienced environmental lawyers. Bick Law LLP is comprised of an experienced team of lawyers who offer progressive solutions to businesses facing complex environmental challenges. Our industry-leading attorneys have the knowledge necessary to handle the most difficult and significant environmental issues across the nation and around the globe.
Corrie L. Plant, Esq.
Corrie L. Plant has practiced environmental law for sixteen years, first at the national law firm Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, and for the past six years as a partner at Bick Law LLP. Corrie is an experienced environmental lawyer whose practice focuses on environmental litigation, including CERCLA, RCRA, Clean Water Act, OSHA and California’s Proposition 65. She routinely advises clients regarding compliance with various environmental laws related to the sale of consumer products, including Proposition 65, Green Chemistry, FIFRA, TSCA and the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act. Corrie also has a broad range of experience defending clients in administrative, civil and criminal environmental enforcement actions. In addition, Corrie has extensive experience in the defense and settlement of complex, multiparty cases in both federal and state court, including trial and pre-trial motion practice, devising settlement and trial strategies, and preparing for and participating in mediations and arbitrations. Corrie’s clients include a wide array of industries, such as retailers, consumer product manufacturers, dietary supplement manufacturers, restaurants, food manufacturers and distributors, aerospace, filmmaking, and many others.
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