A practitioner in environmental law for more than 30 years, Greg Bibler provides seasoned representation and counsel to his clients. His practice includes environmental litigation, enforcement, administrative permitting and rulemaking, corporate compliance, contaminated site management, and allocation of environmental risks in business transactions.
Greg often is called upon to advise clients on how best to respond to environmental compliance challenges identified through internal audits, whistleblower complaints, citizen suits, and government investigations. He also assists businesses in establishing and implementing environmental auditing and management systems, corporate sustainability programs, and financial disclosure frameworks.
Greg represents clients at Superfund and state sites across the country. His work at these sites includes negotiations with governmental authorities, strategic site evaluation and management, and litigation and mediation of cost allocation disputes. Greg is particularly experienced with large, multi-property sites, including those involving vapor intrusion and sediment contamination.
Before opening his boutique environmental practice, Greg was a partner at Goodwin Procter LLP in Boston for more than 20 years. As a result of his high-level work in the environmental field, he has been recognized annually by Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business and U.S. News-Best Lawyers, which selected him as Boston’s "Lawyer of the Year" for Environmental Law in 2016 and Environmental Litigation in 2019. He is a fellow of the American College of Environmental Lawyers and the American Bar Foundation.