Sorell Negro advises clients on land use, environmental, and real property matters. Her litigation experience spans U.S. federal and state courts and includes natural resources disputes, land use and development claims, takings, Fair Housing Act disputes, and claims arising under state, international, and federal environmental laws. Ms. Negro also has experience defending class action lawsuits arising under environmental laws. She provides proactive counsel to clients on how best to develop an administrative record that can withstand challenge and litigation, and she handles land use appeals pertaining to development permits. Ms. Negro routinely advises on legislation, ordinances, regulations, and proposed laws pertaining to land use, development, natural resources, conservation, endangered species, and environmental protection and management. She also reviews and analyzes proposed development plans and provides counsel on compliance with development regulations and environmental laws. In addition, Ms. Negro advises offshore clients on land use regulations, permitting and development, sustainable development, and coastal development issues. Read her full rc.com bio here.