A Dedicated Florida Environmental Construction Law Attorney
Experienced representation in complex issues
Environmental laws are designed to protect people from illness, other living creatures from harm and our world from permanent damage. Understanding the full scope of environmental laws requires knowledge about federal legislation, state statutes, agency regulations, and civil and criminal laws. William G. Osborne, P.A. has over 35 years of experience assisting companies with compliance and advising individuals and communities about protecting their rights.
Complex laws governing environment
A number of laws and agencies are involved in enforcement of environmental issues. We remain updated on new laws and court decisions to provide sophisticated, professional service to our clients. Some of the essential laws we use in our work include:
- National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)
- Environmental Quality Improvement Act
- National Environmental Education Act
- Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations
- Endangered Species Act (ESA)
- Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)
- Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA/ Superfund)
- Clean Air Act (CAA)
- Clean Water Act (CWA)
- Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI)
Orlando firm builds solutions
At William G. Osborne, P.A., we understand the construction business. With over 35 years of experience practicing construction law in Florida, we can help you build solutions to the problems affecting your residential, commercial, industrial or public development projects.
Our firm handles construction disputes for a wide variety of clients, including contractors, property owners, developers, architects, engineers and construction companies. We advocate for our clients’ interests in court, arbitration and administrative agency hearings, and are dedicated to providing clients with the best possible results.
Contact Orlando’s William G. Osborne, P.A. today.
Call our firm today at 407-894-1534 or contact us online for answers to all your construction law questions.