My purpose in leaving big law firms and forming my own small firm was to provide the... more
My purpose in leaving big law firms and forming my own small firm was to provide the same big firm legal services to clients at alower cost with more personalized service. The goal has more than been accomplished. I (and more importantly my clients) have been thrilled with the result.
Summary of Experience: William N. Krucks is a partner in the Business Law Services [... more
Summary of Experience: William N. Krucks is a partner in the Business Law Services [http://www.avvo.com/attorneys/60606-il-william-krucks-1181676/practice.aspx?pid=2] and Litigation [http://www.avvo.com/attorneys/60606-il-william-krucks-1181676/practice.aspx?pid=1] practice groups of the Chicago Office of Freeborn Peters LLP,and his areas of focus include: Complex Disputes [http://www.avv... view profile
Len Kurfirst is a partner in the Environmental/Toxic Tort practice of Wildman... more
Len Kurfirst is a partner in the Environmental/Toxic Tort practice of Wildman Harrold. As lead trial counsel for nationwide, high-stakes mass tort and toxic tort litigation, Len successfully coordinates and defends cases for global and local manufacturing and chemical corporations. Areas of specialization include exposure pathway analysis, biomonitoring, forensic chemistry, toxicology and nanot... view profile
Mark Sargis has practiced environmental, zoning and land use law since 1986,... more
Mark Sargis has practiced environmental, zoning and land use law since 1986, representing corporate clients, small businesses, financial institutions, and individuals. He focuses his practice in Illinois and neighboring Midwestern states, dealing with federal and state law, as well as local ordinances and regulation.
Environmental / natural resources lawyers deal with the government's rules for the use of natural resources, such as air, land, and water. These attorneys also typically have experience working with the government agencies that regulate natural resources, such as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency or a state Bureau of Land Management. If you are a business owner that may have caused pollution (for example, your underground oil tank leaked), or if you want to use a natural resource for your personal use (for example, water from a river to irrigate your property), an environmental lawyer or a natural resources lawyer can help you understand the complex laws in this area and how to avoid problems.