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Representative Experience

NCR Corp

Marten Law was retained by NCR Corp, a Fortune 500 maker of automated banking systems and electronic terminals, based in New York, to defend governmental and private claims brought against it and several other companies under CERCLA, the federal Superfund statute. More

NCR Corporation

The firm has represented NCR on a variety of environmental litigation matters, including a complex, multi-party tort ligation matter (DSA v. Micro-Instruments, Inc., et al.) involving soil and groundwater contamination at a number of properties in Southern California. More

OII Landfill Cleanup

At this $1 billion landfill cleanup near Los Angeles, we initially represented 54 “de minimis” parties in negotiations with EPA and with a group of “work” defendants.

Through formation of a well-functioning Steering Committee, coupled with cash-out negotiations, we have succeeded in resolving the government’s CERCLA claims against all but eight of the parties we represent. More

Pattern Energy: Court Upholds Federal Right of Way for California Wind Project

On February 27, 2013, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California granted Pattern Energy and the United States Bureau of Land Management summary judgment on all claims in the suit brought by the Quechan Tribe against the Ocotillo wind project, located near San Diego. More

Pattern Energy: First Utility-Scale Wind Project in Nevada

Marten Law has successfully represented Pattern Energy, the developer of the first utility-scale wind project in Nevada – the 150 MW Spring Valley Wind Project – in the Interior Board of Land Appeals, the U.S. District Court for Nevada, and the Ninth Circuit. More