also known as Brett, Slensky
Brett Slensky concentrates his practice on the environmental aspects of commercial transactions, property development issues, regulatory compliance and renewable energy. In the transactional context, Brett advises clients on a range of due diligence and permitting issues, applicable state and federal liability protections, and the negotiation and structure of the pertinent deal documents. In the regulatory compliance area, Brett assists clients to meet their particular environmental compliance objectives, including the implementation of practical management strategies and programs for one or multiple facilities, addressing discrete issues that may arise in connection with daily operations, and proactive management of enforcement and business risks.
Prior to joining the firm, Brett practiced environmental law at Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP. Brett also has a technical background, including professional experience as an environmental consultant, which compliments and adds to his diverse skill set in dealing with brownfield redevelopment and site investigation and remediation projects throughout the mid-Atlantic and upper Midwest states.
Brett is a cum laude graduate to the Temple University Beasley School of Law. He earned his undergraduate degree (B.S. in Environmental Science) from the University of Delaware.
Away from work, Brett enjoys traveling and spending time outdoors with his family, including family hikes with their dogs, trying to keep up with his two children on the soccer field and coaching his daughter’s softball team.
Licensed since 2004
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|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|Philadelphia Bar Association||N/A||N/A|
|Solar Power World||Should You Hire A Lawyer Before Starting Your Solar Project?||2014|
|The Legal Intelligencer||Real Estate Development Projects and the PUC||2012|
|Association of Corporate Counsel's "Green-house Counsel"||Voluntary Disclosure of Environmental Violations in the Transactional Context||2012|
|Association of Corporate Counsel's "Green-house Counsel"||Brightening Up Environmentally Impaired Properties with Solar||2011|
|Temple University - James E. Beasley School of Law||N/A||JD||2004|
|University of Delaware||N/A||B.S.||1994|
|City Avenue Special Services District Lunch and Learn||EPA's Consideration of the New Rule for Retail Hazardous Waste||2014|
|In-House Counsel Commercial and Contract Law Institute||Be Careful What You Ask For: Risks Associated with Discoveries and Disclosures in Due Diligence||2013|
|Temple Real Estate Institute||Greening Your Real Estate Deals: Opportunities and Risks in Sustainable Development||2012|
|Real Estate Institute||Making Sense of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy||2011|
|Environmental, Health & Safety Institute||How Your Environmental, Health and Safety Department Can Add Value to the Company's Bottom Line||2011|