Alan N. Bick is a pre-eminent environmental lawyer with over 25 years of experience. His in-depth knowledge of environmental issues and business background makes him uniquely positioned to help companies navigate today’s complex regulatory environment and plan for future changes in the law that are likely to impact business operations.
Alan has extensive experience in cost recovery actions under CERCLA, RCRA, and the state equivalents; defense of agency enforcement actions; mass and toxic tort defense; natural resource damage actions; CEQA, NEPA and ESA litigation. He also advises clients on environmental compliance issues and environmental audits, and provides legal advice on due diligence and allocation of risks in real estate and corporate transactions.
|Partner||Bick Law LLP||2016 - Present|
|Law360||"A Fishy Default"||2012|
|Law360||“Protecting Trade Secrets In Nanotech Info Requests"||2011|
|Gibson Dunn and Crutcher Blog||“California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) Proposes New, More Stringent, Drinking Water Standard for Hexavalent Chromium"||2009|
|Los Angeles Daily Journal||“Damaged Before Repair"||2009|
|Gibson Dunn and Crutcher Blog||“U.S. District Court for the District of New Mexico Affirms “But For” Test Is Required to Prove Causation in Toxic Tort Lawsuit"||2008|
|Stanford Law School||JD||1990|
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