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Environmental; Toxic Torts; Climate Change; Litigation
Elizabeth Weaver has more than 30 years of experience in environmental law and litigation in a wide range of areas, focusing on Superfund, RCRA, and complex groundwater contamination cases. She has tried Superfund cases to judgment and has experience in all facets of CERCLA practice, including serving as common counsel at complex sites. Elizabeth is currently serving as counsel to a major petroleum company in connection with a range of claims relating to the Portland Harbor Superfund Site. In addition to her many years of CERCLA litigation experience, Elizabeth has a wide range of experience in RCRA permitting and compliance issues, groundwater contamination suits, citizen suits under the Clean Air Act, Proposition 65, and regulatory and compliance matters.
JD, Duke University School of Law (1980); BA, Duke University (1977)