RALEIGH, N.C. — Poyner Spruill is pleased to have earned recognition in the Lawyer Monthly Legal Awards 2018 as the Administrative and Environmental Law Firm of the Year for the United States.

The Lawyer Monthly Legal Awards 2018 recognizes the achievements of law firms, lawyers, counsel and those connected to the legal world with a proven track record in delivering results for their clients over the past 12 months. The awards are divided into individual and firm categories selected to represent the diversity of skills and knowledge that the profession has to offer clients across the globe.

Winners were honored in a special awards publication of Lawyer Monthly released in December.

Poyner Spruill’s environmental attorneys have a collective 80-plus years of experience in the complex field. Glenn Dunn, a partner who serves as the Environmental Law and Sustainability practice group chair, formerly worked as counsel to the North Carolina Office of Coastal Management and to the Governor’s Waste Management Board and Director of the Office of Legal Affairs of the North Carolina Department of Natural Resources and Community Development. Other attorneys in the group include partners Keith Johnson and Mike McIntyre.

Poyner Spruill regularly assists clients with environmental litigation, transfers and redevelopment of contaminated property, underground storage tank issues, site selection and land use, wetlands matters, Coastal Area Management Act matters, Clean Air Act compliance and environmental insurance.

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