As counsel in Lowenstein Sandler’s Environmental Law & Litigation practice, Allison works closely with property owners and developers, industrial manufacturers, nonprofit organizations, and life sciences and pharmaceutical companies, whom she advises on compliance with federal, state, and local environmental laws and regulations; management of environmental investigation and remediation at contaminated properties; obtaining and defending licenses, permits, and other approvals from state, regional, and federal regulatory bodies; and obtaining insurance coverage. She represents clients in Superfund and hazardous waste cases; natural resource damage (NRD) suits; and federal and state cleanup, cost-recovery, and contribution actions. With extensive regulatory, transactional, and litigation experience in both government and private practice, clients look to Allison for comprehensive environmental assessments of purchase and sale documents, lease agreements, and the terms of access agreements, as well as conducting due diligence to identify environmental issues in corporate and commercial real estate transactions and providing strategies to mitigate or transfer the risks associated with said transactions.