Jean Perry Phillips practices environmental, municipal and land use law and handles a wide range of real estate and business transactional and operating problems that arise in the context of environmental and land use matters.
Jean has extensive experience with the identification, negotiation, allocation and documentation of risk in complex commercial and real estate transactions, including brownfields and post brownfields properties. She also has significant experience with regulatory compliance, permitting and litigation issues in the environmental and land use arena.
Jean works closely with the regulatory community, i.e. DEEP, EPA, the Army Corps of Engineers and local agencies, as well as the private consulting community. She manages environmental issues on sites, including providing advice regarding the selection, retention and supervision of consultants including the drafting of Requests for Proposals or Qualifications and responses thereto.
She is also experienced in the field of eminent domain and associated administrative and civil proceedings. She has represented developers, corporations, property owners, municipalities, boards of education, and lenders. Jean is a LEED Accredited Professional.