Dawda Mann is uniquely qualified to assist clients in resolving issues relating to environmental, energy and sustainability matters. Our attorneys have worked in this complex and ever-changing area of law since the early 1980s. Our attorneys were involved in the first Superfund sites and have handled environmental permitting, compliance and litigation matters before the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and various state and federal regulatory authorities. Several of our attorneys are certified through the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program.
Solution-based legal services for environmental law clients include:
DAWDA MANN’S ENVIRONMENTAL LAW PRACTICE INCLUDES:
Major Changes to Michigan’s Permitting Appeal Process—Part 1
By Brian Considine. On June 28 2018, Governor Snyder signed the Public Act 268 of 2018, which created a new Environmental Permit Review Commission and Environmental Review Panel. Background Prior to the Act, Michigan’s Administrative [...]
The Post Scalia Court and Environmental Law
Finding a replacement for recently deceased U.S. Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia has entered the political sphere. The Senate Republican leadership is hoping to delay a nomination while President Obama has put forth a replacement [...]
Global Concerns, Local Impact: Automobile Issues in London, Delhi and Beijing
Beijing air pollution Pollution and congestion in Delhi, London and Beijing may have an impact on worldwide automobile demand and therefore production right here in Detroit. London has been limiting congestion in its [...]
Dawda Mann attorney, Brian Considine, accepts OCBA Committee of the Year Award on behalf of Energy, Sustainability and Environmental Law Committee.
Pictured from left to right: Phil Grashoff, Kyle Jones, Brian Considine, Nick Maloof, Sue Sadler and Mark Hester (fellow committee members). Photo courtesy of the Oakland County Bar Association, taken by Kristen Dimich. [...]
Is Relief on the Way for the FAA’s Outdated Drone Rules?
The word "drone" usually conjures up images of large unmanned planes hammering terrorists in their redoubts in Afghanistan. However, most drones are much smaller (and more benign) than that; in fact many are lighter than [...]
Microbeads and the Great Lakes: new Illinois legislation
The latest substance to be banned due to environmental concerns: microbeads. These tiny pieces of plastic are used in multiple personal cleaning and exfoliant products and often as embellishments in nail polish. They are most [...]