Jason Lichtstein focuses his practice on the cleanup, reuse, repurposing, and redevelopment of Brownfields and other contaminated or distressed properties across Florida, including in the use of Brownfield financial and regulatory incentives, and in addressing and developing solutions for a range of environmental issues arising in transactions. A two-time President of the Florida Brownfields Association (FBA), Jason has been closely involved in the drafting, lobbying, and passage of Brownfields legislation in Florida, expanding incentives for site cleanup and redevelopment. He also has experience in emerging environmental law and policy developments relating to climate change.

Jason is sought after for his keen knowledge of Brownfield and contamination matters, and has been ranked as a leading environmental lawyer by various industry publications. Chambers USA notes that Jason has a "very good statewide reputation."

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