Todd Roessler focuses his practice on a wide range of matters related to environmental transactions, regulatory counseling, and litigation. In particular, Mr. Roessler has extensive experience in coastal law and issues, including dredged material management practices, beneficial use projects, beach renourishment and beach erosion. Mr. Roessler also has experience in site remediation, solid and hazardous waste, and air and water issues.
Mr. Roessler counsels clients relating to environmental aspects of a variety of transactions, including redevelopment of contaminated property, real estate development projects, asset deals, stock deals and lending transactions.
Mr. Roessler also counsels clients concerning environmental compliance matters, including determining whether the client’s operations or activities are subject to statutory and/or regulatory requirements under CERCLA, RCRA, the Clean Water Act, and Clean Air Act, as well as state law counterparts.
Mr. Roessler has represented clients in a variety of litigation matters before federal courts, state courts and administrative tribunals, including matters involving the Coastal Zone Management Act, NEPA, cost recovery and contribution claims related to Superfund sites, management of hazardous waste under RCRA, the Clean Water Act, the Clean Air Act, and California’s Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act (Proposition 65).
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Roessler worked as a geologist at an environmental consulting firm focusing on groundwater investigation and remediation and resource development and management issues.
Mr. Roessler is listed in the 2014 edition of Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business for Environmental Law.
Professional & Community Activities
American Shore & Beach Preservation Association, Board of Directors
North Carolina Bar Association, Coastal Concerns and Resources Committee, Co-Chair
North Carolina Coastal Resources Law, Planning and Policy Center, Board of Advisors
North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation, Former Editor