Best Lawyers Names Bryan Moore “Lawyer of the Year” in Austin, Texas
Washington, DC and Austin, TX – Best Lawyers has named Beveridge & Diamond Principal Bryan Moore the 2017 “Lawyer of the Year” for Environmental Law in Austin, Texas. Best Lawyers bestows “Lawyer of the Year” honors on only one lawyer in each practice area and designated metropolitan area. This marks the second time Bryan has been named Lawyer of the Year, having first received this honor in 2015.
Bryan helps industrial, commercial, and oil and gas industry clients navigate and resolve contested environmental permitting proceedings, enforcement actions, and litigation so they can construct, operate, and expand their facilities. Whether in the substantive area of waste, water, or air regulation, Bryan provides comprehensive representation and strategic counseling from the agency permitting process to the administrative hearing and, ultimately, before the court to which an appeal may be taken.
“We’re proud that Bryan has received this well-deserved recognition for a second time,” said Benjamin F. Wilson, Beveridge & Diamond’s Managing Principal. “Bryan’s exceptional client service, and mastery of environmental litigation strategy and trial tactics continue to benefit our clients in Texas and around the country.”
The Best Lawyers “Lawyer of the Year” designation reflects the high level of respect a lawyer has earned among other leading lawyers in the same communities and the same practice areas for their abilities, their professionalism, and their integrity.
Beveridge & Diamond’s 100 lawyers – including 50 litigators – concentrate their practice on environmental, sustainability, and natural resources in the context of business strategy and market access, regulatory compliance, transactions, project development and permitting, litigation, and dispute resolution. Widely recognized as one of the premier environmental law firms in the U.S., the Firm helps clients in diverse industry sectors around the world resolve critical environmental and sustainability issues relating to their facilities, products, and operations. Learn more at www.bdlaw.com.