Katie Gannon is an associate in the firm’s Environmental Law practice group. Katie advises clients on all aspects of environmental law and state and federal environmental litigation matters, with a particular focus on representing clients’ interests in resolving liability at complex Superfund sites. Katie’s Superfund work includes representing clients in negotiations with government agencies, allocations of liability among potentially responsible parties, and prosecution and defense of cost recovery actions.
In connection with managing clients’ environmental liabilities, Katie has substantial experience advising clients on recovering insurance for such liabilities, often under historic general liability policies.
On the regulatory side, Katie counsels clients on site remediation matters, including regulatory compliance and permitting, enforcement defense, and brownfields redevelopment and funding. She also has extensive transactional experience, negotiating and drafting environmental provisions in a wide variety of corporate and real property transactions.
While at Seton Hall University School of Law, Katie was an editor for the Seton Hall Law Review, where she graduated magna cum laude and was inducted into the Order of the Coif, a national honors society. She received her undergraduate degree in Business at The College of New Jersey, where she graduated magna cum laude.
- October 13, 2014Bressler Welcomes Katie C. Gannon to the Environmental Law Practice Group
Bressler, Amery & Ross, P.C. welcomes new associate, Katie Gannon, to the firm’s Environmental Law practice group. Katie received her J.D. from Seton Hall University… Read more
- January 16, 2019New Jersey Appellate Division Upholds Application of Judicial Estoppel Defense to Spill Act Liability
Environmental Law Alert… Read more
- January 28, 2015No Statute Of Limitations For Spill Act Contribution Claims
- January 1, 2010Facing Reality: The Pregnancy Discrimination Act Falls Short for Women Undergoing Infertility Treatment
Having a child is a major life event around which most Americans build their lives. For millions of couples in the United States, finding out that they are unable to… Read more