Robert describes his practice as “dirt law.” He has been helping Alaskans solve real estate problems for more than 32 years. With his focus on environmental and natural resource extraction issues, if a matter involves air, land or water, Robert has relevant experience. Also, as a landlord, home builder, real estate developer, and real estate investor, Robert’s decades of personal experience on matters of residential and commercial real property are now coupled with hundreds of cases in which he has helped others solve their real property problems.
If you are considering a purchase of real estate, Robert’s knowledge of maps, plats, title documents and all forms of encumbrances will help you spot issues early in your search.
Do you need a transactional document? The extensive library of forms at Reeves Amodio LLC provides a starting point for any type of real estate document you might require.
Does your condominium, home or multi-family structure present structural issues or flaws? Robert has been building and remodeling as a sideline for decades and enjoys Fine Homebuilding as his magazine of choice. He understands what your inspectors, engineers and other professionals are telling you about any type of structural or system problem you have encountered.
Worried about environmental concerns? Robert’s experience with contaminated sites dates to 1982 and includes various sites in the continental U.S. as well as Alaska. Mold, vapor-intrusion, leaking underground tanks, asbestos, lead paint and other commonly encountered environmental problems are matters we have helped solve for clients.
Land developers take note: We have expertise in addressing wetlands and other “waters of the United States.” Have you encountered old landfills or other hazardous waste sites? Robert has extensive experience with the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act.
Do you need an air quality control permit for your commercial or industrial facility? Since helping to craft Alaska’s Air Quality Control Law decades ago, Robert has helped secure air permits, solve compliance issues, negotiate Consent Orders, and otherwise assist the regulated community understand complex air quality regulations.
Mines, logging operations, oil and gas exploration and production facilities, linear construction projects and similar undertakings present myriad permitting issues. Robert and other attorneys at Reeves Amodio have substantial experience with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), environmental assessments or impact statements, and the many governmental reviews and authorizations to which large-scale resource development projects are subject.
Robert’s experience includes a stint with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 7 years with the Alaska Department of Law representing the “resource agencies” and 7 years as an adjunct professor at University of Alaska Anchorage College of Engineering teaching Environmental Law to scientists, engineers, policy-makers and similar graduate students.
From the condominium buyer to the world-class mineral or petroleum production company, and for everyone in-between, if your legal issue involves real estate or environmental law, Robert Reges can help you.