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Pritchett Environmental & Property Law, LLC
Pritchett Environmental & Property Law, LLC is a full-service environmental law firm managed and run by Rebecca Wright Pritchett, an attorney with over 18 years' experience in environmental and natural resources law. The firm assists a variety of clients with regulatory compliance, enforcement actions, and civil litigation in all aspects of environmental and natural resources law. We represent businesses of all sizes, from Fortune 500 companies to sole proprietorships, nonprofit organizations, trusts and estates, governmental entities, individuals and trade associations in litigation, regulatory and transactional matters. We also routinely associate with other attorneys and national firms as outside counsel, forming a team to further the interest of clients with environmental legal issues nationwide .
Rebecca has extensive experience in water quality, water rights, municipal water supply, wetland and coastal zone issues, hazardous waste and solid waste issues, mineral rights, brownfield redevelopment, brownfield economic incentives, financing purchases of contaminated property, and due diligence investigations. She also has experience in the areas of air quality, insecticides, fungicides, endangered species and wildlife law. In addition to environmental law, she also has significant experience in the areas of public contracts, open meeting laws, construction contracts, construction litigation, eminent domain, real property, governmental affairs, lobbying, political action committees, forestry, operations security and ecoterrorism issues, giving her a broad framework for providing solutions to environmental problems. She is a registered lobbyist in the State of Alabama.