Attorneys & Professionals
Mark Norman, a partner in the Vorys Cincinnati office and a member of the environmental group, was quoted extensively in an Environmental Law360 story on brownfield redevelopment.
The story states:
“And Mark Norman, a partner at Vorys Sater Seymour and Pease LLP, said there are different types of risks those involved in a brownfield development that developers need to account for, each of which can be mitigated by a well-done analysis.
The first is the risk that work will start on a project and then a previously unidentified environmental issue will surface, causing a work slowdown or stoppage. The second is that a lender may balk at providing funding because they see something in the process that indicates a poorly, hastily or superficially done analysis.
And the third is what Norman called the project marketability risk — the risk that a project is completed but a new contaminant gets the attention of regulators or new standards are implemented, creating an issue with the public perception of the project’s safety.”
To read the entire story, visit the Environmental Law360 website. (Subscription may be required).