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Andrew B. Robins uses his wide range of environmental law experience to counsel clients in regulatory compliance, cost recovery litigation, redevelopment, brownfields, transaction negotiation and risk...
agreed to do the cleanup back in the 1990s, but the company has been fighting the state's damages lawsuit for more than a decade. Exxon declined to comment for this story. Environmental lawyer Andrew Robins with the firm Sills Cummis and Gross says it's not surprising that the state might want to settle.ANDREW ROBINS: In a case like the Exxon case with natural resource damages, it's reasonable to anticipate that if there were an extreme judgment one way or the other, this would be wrapped up in appeals for a very long time.