560 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10022, USA
Scott Furman has a breadth of legal experience focusing on identification and implementation of solutions to complex environmental issues. Scott’s knowledge of and expertise in Brownfield Redevelopment programs, and similar Voluntary Cleanup Programs, has enabled his clients to complete redevelopment and remediation projects in 14 different states. His work has brought him to nation- and world-wide matters, working on projects from New York City to China while representing individual clients, companies and corporations. In addition to brownfield redevelopment work, Scott has a strong transactional practice and has guided his clients through the closing of a $2.4 billion acquisition and many acquisitions valued between $25 million and $250 million. In addition, Scott has a burgeoning renewable energy practice and has advised clients on a multitude of renewable energy projects, including a variety of solar photovoltaic deals.
5491 N. University Drive, Suite 204, Coral Springs, FL 33067
33 E Euclid Ave, Haddonfield, NJ 08033, USA
Chris is President of Archer and also serves as chairman of the Firm’s Litigation Department and both the Environmental Law and Eminent Domain practice groups. During his 28 plus years in practice, Chris has litigated and tried a variety of commercial, employment, construction and toxic tort/product liability cases seeking personal injuries and property claims, but he is best known as one of New Jersey’s leading environmental litigators. Chris has successfully tried multiple cases involving hundreds of millions of dollars in response costs or natural resource damage claims on behalf of many large chemical and petroleum companies. He also currently represents several large corporations in cases that have been brought by the State of New Jersey seeking natural resource damages. Chris acts as local and regional counsel to nationally and regionally known corporations, including Air Products and Chemicals Inc., Bridgestone/Firestone Inc., Crown Cork & Seal Co. Inc., NL Industries Inc., and US Steel Corporation. He also represents and advises smaller and mid-size local businesses in various commercial litigation, employment and environmental matters. In addition, Chris represents many governmental clients. He is solicitor and special counsel to the Gloucester County College; labor counsel to the Gloucester County Utility Authority; labor and special projects counsel to the Gloucester County Improvement Authority and Shady Lane Nursing Home; special labor counsel to the Mercer County Board of Social Services; and special environmental counsel to several other municipalities and governmental agencies. He has also been appointed to act as New Jersey counsel to the Delaware River Port Authority (“DRPA”) of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. The DRPA is a $200 million regional transportation and economic development bi-state authority. Chris provides legal counsel to the New Jersey Commissioners and the management of the DRPA on all issues concerning New Jersey law.
61 NE 1st Street, Suite C, Pompano Beach, FL 33060
Robert N. Hartsell’s primary practice areas are environmental, land use, zoning, permitting, complex civil litigation and appeals. Robert is well known in these practice areas for his work on high profile cutting edge litigation and advocacy. He has successfully litigated a number of important and precedent-setting cases in Federal, State, Appellate, jury trials and Administrative courts. Mr. Hartsell received his undergraduate degree from the University of South Florida and his J.D. with honors from Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center. Mr. Hartsell is a member of the Florida Bar, United States District Court Southern District of Florida and Middle District of Florida, and the Federal 11th Circuit Court of Appeals.
4031 21st Avenue SE, Apt. 201, Lacey, WA 98503
I practiced law for the State of Washington for 34 years; first as an assistant attorney general, then, for the last 12 years, as a member of two environmental hearings boards: The Pollution Control Hearings Board, and The Shorelines Hearings Board. As an assistant attorney general, I served 10 years with the Department of Ecology. where I represented the agency in its administration of the Shoreline Management Act, which was approved in 1971 by the people as an initiative. I litigated numerous cases, several of which went to the State Supreme Court. I retired in 2004. Since then, I have been an inactive member of the state bar. My wife and I currently live in a retirement community in Lacey, Washington. I married my wife, Maria, while I was in the Peace Corps in Ecuador. We have been married 52 years. I remain active in environmental disputes, at local, state, and national levels.