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 (2019 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.
Manko, Gold, Katcher & Fox, LLP
Manko, Gold, Katcher & Fox, LLP (MGKF) is an environmental, energy, safety, land use and litigation firm spanning the full range of regulatory compliance, transactional and litigation services entailed in these fields.
MGKF serves a client base ranging from small and medium-sized businesses to Fortune 100 companies. With offices in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York and Hawaii, the geographic practice is focused on Mid-Atlantic region; however, clients are located throughout the country and operate around around the world.
Kate Campbell is a litigation partner at the firm, where she focuses her practice on environmental, toxic tort and class action litigation and Superfund and RCRA remediation matters. She represents potentially responsible parties across the country in CERCLA and RCRA matters, in defending complex toxic tort claims for personal injury, wrongful death, medical monitoring and property damage, and in litigating federal, state and private enforcement actions under an array of environmental statutes.