Matthew’s practice focuses on complex regulatory counseling, remedial issues, environmental litigation, climate change, and transactional support. He frequently directs environmental, health, and safety compliance audits on behalf of clients and advises on air quality, water quality, CERCLA, RCRA, and fuel quality regulations, as well as state and federal remediation requirements. He has a particular focus on helping clients navigate property transfer statutes, such as the New Jersey Industrial Site Recovery Act, to avoid unnecessary transaction delays. He also counsels clients on compliance with pipeline safety regulations. With respect to environmental litigation, Matthew routinely both defends and pursues environmental indemnification claims on behalf of clients, and also has experience responding to industrial incidents. In addition, Matthew has extensive experience advising clients on the resolution of environmental liabilities identified in the course of transactions, including risk-counseling and assessing barriers to entry, obtaining environmental or representation and warranties insurance, and the drafting and negotiating of the environmental terms in various types of agreements.