Lianne Mantione’s practice includes all aspects of environmental law with particular emphasis on litigation of complex environmental matters and counseling clients on regulatory compliance, risk management and enforcement defense.
She has defended clients against federal and state toxic tort and mass tort actions (including class action cases), defended clients in federal and state agency enforcement actions, and represented clients in multiple federal and state administrative appeals.
Lianne also regularly counsels clients on developing compliance and risk management strategies for state and federal permitting and reporting requirements under the Clean Air Act. She represents clients in environmental matters all across the country including permitting, enforcement, actions and/or appeals in Ohio, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Louisiana, Georgia, South Carolina, West Virginia, Texas and Michigan.
In addition to her juris doctor degree, Lianne holds a master’s degree in environmental studies. Lianne is the Editor-in-Chief of our frESH blog, which provides observations on significant environmental, safety and health developments from around the world. It offers a forum for discussion on expected policy shifts, influential opinions and decisions and compliance obligations.
Memberships and Affiliations:
- Member, Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association’s (CMBA) Environmental Section and Section on Women in the Law
- Active participant, CMBA’s “3Rs Program,” where she volunteers teaching constitutional law and providing career counseling to 10th grade social studies students in the Cleveland area
- Cleveland State University, J.D., magna cum laude, managing editor, Cleveland State Law Review, 2003
- Cleveland State University, M.A., 2003
- Lake Erie College, B.S., 1997
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