Chemical Exposure

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Thomas J. Tobin

Environmental/Toxic Tort

Chemical Exposure Overview

Our Chemical Exposure practice group attorneys assist clients in managing chemical exposure and business loss litigation as well as environmental liabilities. The group provides a wealth of experience nationwide and a unique combination of extensive insurance experience as well as direct representation of Fortune 200 companies. The group’s clients have been pleased both with outstanding results and efficient cost management.  

The group has nationwide capabilities, having represented companies on a national level.  Gordon & Rees’ attorneys are admitted to practice across the United States.  We work with companies of all sizes spanning virtually every aspect of industry including deep experience in manufacturing, energy, real estate and construction.

Gordon & Rees’ Chemical Exposure Group represents companies involved in the chemical industry in transactions, claims and lawsuits.  The practice group has gained extensive knowledge and experience in the regulations regarding chemical products, including pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, and other related products, and also the science, application, and industry practice regarding most classes of these chemicals (e.g., FIFRA, CERCLA, RCRA, CALDPR).

The Chemical Exposure Practice Group possesses decades of well-proven experience with a comprehensive range of regulated chemicals, toxic waste and other substances and are thoroughly familiar with all major environmental statutes. 


For more information about how Gordon & Rees can help with your chemical exposure and other "toxic tort" claims, please contact Michael Pietrykowski or Thomas Tobin

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