Chambers & Partners ranked Mackie Shea, PC in Band 3 for Massachusetts Environmental Law. Here is the Chambers Commentary based on their research:
What the team is known for Respected practice, noted for its litigation prowess and representations before state and federal regulatory agencies. Noted for its effective handling of licensing disputes. Broad experience in matters such as solid waste management, renewable energy plants, and residential and commercial developments.
Strengths Interviewees comment: “The team are very knowledgeable and willing to dig into the details to achieve the correct answer.”
One client remarks: “They are smart, responsive and successful.”
Work highlights Acted for Artis Senior Living Memory Care Residences in its negotiation of an Administrative Consent Order for restoration and mitigation of historically filled wetlands. Also assisted the client in securing agency approval for a RAM Plan for the remediation of soil and groundwater during construction.
Represented Prolerized New England Company in a range of environmental compliance matters which included overseeing the assessment and cleanup of an offsite waste disposal.
Thomas Mackie has a broad environmental practice encompassing experience across a wide range of complex matters including hazardous waste, cost recovery, and clean contamination issues. One client reports: “Tom is outstanding: He is very smart, well focused and understands the multiple interactions of the complicated Massachusetts regulatory environment.”
John Shea is a highly experienced environmental and land use attorney. He has significant expertise across hazardous waste, water and wetland issues and brownfield remediation.
Peter Durning has notable experience handling a wide range of environmental matters. He is skilled across land use, contaminated property and permitting issues. He is also experienced in enforcement disputes.