Office: (305) 777-1682
Cell: (305) 962-7669
Email: Michael Goldstein, Esq.
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Michael 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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Lindsay Walton
Office: (305) 777-1686
Cell: (954) 817-2948
Email: Lindsay C. Walton, Esq.
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Lindsay C. Walton, Esq.

Lindsay Walton, an Associate at The Goldstein Environmental Law Firm, P.A., has developed a broad environmental regulatory, transactional, and litigation practice, with particular emphasis on the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, and the Clean Water Act (“CWA”), and their Florida equivalents. Lindsay’s practice also emphasizes federal and state environmental permitting and compliance matters involving wetlands, stormwater, and endangered species. Lindsay leads the firm’s Institutional Controls practice and regularly counsels both the public and private sectors in obtaining conditional closure with state and local regulatory authorities. A substantial portion of her practice focuses on environmental issues arising in connection with real estate transactions, particularly as they relate to due diligence and prospective purchaser/lessee exposure to environmental regulatory and third party liabilities. She also represents private clients, community development authorities, and municipalities in obtaining environmental cleanup liability protections, executing cleanup agreements, procuring environmental insurance, and evaluating cleanup tax credit eligibility through various state-based programs, including the Florida Brownfields Program. In addition, Lindsay represents municipal clients on a variety of matters such as governmental remediation cost reimbursements, solid waste program contract negotiations and interpretation (including long-term solid waste management and disposal agreements and inter-municipal solid waste agreements).
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