Susan J. Sadler is a founding Member of Dawda, Mann, Mulcahy & Sadler, .
She has provide corporations legal counsel on compliance with the Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act, the Resource , Conservation and Recovery Act , the Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, Wetland Regulations, Endangered Species Act, and state environmental and permitting statutes . She has advised corporations pursuing renewable energy opportunities .
An experienced counselor, Ms. Sadler defends corporations in administrative proceedings and environmental litigation brought by citizens groups, Attorney General Offices and the Federal Justice Department. Her legal expertise includes representing corporations in toxic tort litigation .Ms. Sadler is LEED-AP accredited .Other honors include ; "Michigan Super Lawyer" , "Top Lawyer in Metro Detroit - 2010" in DBusiness Magazine , and Craine's Detroit Business one of twenty best lawyers, 2009 and "Best Lawyers, Environmental Law", Crain's Detroit Business 2009 . .
Ms. Sadler is past Vice Chair of the American Bar Association's Solid and Hazardous Waste Committee.
A frequent author, including first and second edition of The RCRA Practice Manual ( ABA ) . She has lectured on Green Contracts and authored " Got Green ? " in the Michigan Sate Bar Journal , October , 2009
Ms. Sadler earned her J.D. from the University of Toledo in 1980 and her Bachelor of Science from Albion College in 1977 .
Sherwin Williams v. City of Hamtramck 840 F. Supp. 470 ( 1993 ) — One of the first cases to consider the compliance with the National Contigency Plan as a prerequist to a cost recovery claim .
American States v. Maryland Casualty , 587 F. supp. 1549 ( 1984 ) — One of the first cases to consider the " pollution exclusion " and the term " sudden " and " accidental " clauses in a CGL policy .