Office: (305) 777-1682
Cell: (305) 962-7669
Email: Michael R. Goldstein, Esq.
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Michael R. Goldstein, Esq.

Michael R. Goldstein, Managing Partner of The Goldstein Environmental Law Firm and a Martindale-Hubbell AV rated attorney, practices exclusively in the areas of environmental law and environmental redevelopment for a broad range of clients, including retail, residential, and industrial developers, public and private companies, lenders, and local governments. A major aspect of Mr. Goldstein’s environmental legal practice involves support of real estate and business transactions, including managing pre-acquisition and pre-leasing due diligence investigations; structuring, negotiating, and drafting environmental provisions in purchase, lease, and development agreements; and assisting lenders evaluate and limit the risk of exposure to environmental liability in connection with new loans and potential foreclosures. In addition, he works closely and extensively with real estate development principals and engineering, planning, and design professionals to help coordinate federal, state and local regulatory approvals for complex retail, industrial, residential, mixed use, and marina related projects throughout the State of Florida.
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Office: (305) 777-1686
Cell: (850) 567-8471
Email: Lisa M. Duchene, Esq.
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Lisa M. Duchene, Esq.

Lisa M. Duchene, Esq., Of Counsel to The Goldstein Environmental Law Firm, P.A., practices environmental law exclusively and assists a broad range of private-sector and public-sector clients with issues relating to regulatory compliance, due diligence in real estate transactions, contaminated site cleanup and redevelopment, and the associated financial incentives under a variety of local, state and federal programs. Prior to joining The Goldstein Environmental Law Firm, Ms. Duchene served as a Senior Attorney for the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) for 25 years, along with a year of service as the Staff Attorney to the Florida House of Representatives Committee on Natural Resources.
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Office: (305) 640-5300
Cell: (757) 560-0356
Email: Brett C. Brumund, Esq.
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Brett C. Brumund, Esq.

Brett Brumund, Associate Attorney at The Goldstein Environmental Law Firm, P.A., practices environmental law exclusively, assisting both public and private sector clients with a broad range of environmental matters including contaminated land remediation and redevelopment, regulatory compliance, and environmental due diligence related to real estate transactions. Mr. Brumund works with the Firm’s clients to help them navigate the remediation and redevelopment process including initial site assessments, Brownfield Designations, and utilizing innovative regulatory tools to efficiently achieve regulatory closure. His practice also involves close collaboration with environmental consultants and engineers to integrate technical solutions with redevelopment and construction requirements.
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Office: (305) 777-1684
Cell: (719) 368-9275
Email: Mary C. Stewart, Esq

Mary C. Stewart, Esq.

Mary C. Stewart, Esq., Of Counsel to the Goldstein Environmental Law Firm, P.A., practices exclusively in the area of environmental law, specializing in regulatory and transactional matters related to contaminated site cleanup and redevelopment. Prior to joining the Firm Ms. Stewart served as a Senior Attorney with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection for 21 years, capping her career there as the lead Office of General Counsel lawyer in charge of negotiating an array of institutional controls in support of conditional closure under Chapter 62-780, Florida Administrative Code, including Declarations of Restrictive Covenant, Memoranda of Understanding with state agencies such as the Florida Department of Transportation and the Southwest Florida Water Management District, the employment of permeable and impermeable materials as cover to eliminate the risk of direct contact to contaminants in the subsurface, and the innovative use of nonrecorded controls such as municipal ordinances, to achieve the same measure of perpetual, protective, and legally enforceable protection as recorded controls. During the course of her lengthy career with FDEP, Ms. Stewart worked with technical and program staff to successfully negotiate hundreds of DRCs with private developers, business owners, local governments, lenders, state agencies, and the federal government.
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