The Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA), commonly referred to as Superfund, requires, among other things, the quantification of natural resource damages and the allocation of clean-up and mitigation costs among the principally responsible parties.

We have extensive experience in these matters and help clients to identify and implement sophisticated economic and valuation techniques that restore contaminated sites. Our combination of qualitative skills and deep institutional knowledge of regulatory policy allows us to evaluate the extent of the contamination, estimate the cost of clean-up and mitigation, and develop an environmentally sound response.