Steve Bruckner, a partner at Fraser Stryker, was featured in an environmental and energy law article in the June 21, 2013 Midlands Business Journal issue.

In addition to other information provided, Mr. Bruckner noted that “You have to keep on top of what is going on with regulations in order to adequately advise your clients,” regarding ever-changing environmental and energy state and federal regulations. “One of the major areas of energy law is the growing field of renewal energy, especially wind and solar power. It is a highly specialized field that has greatly matured through the years,” he added.

Fraser Stryker’s experience in green energy and environmental law is vast and includes representation of manufacturers, renewable energy clients, natural gas pipelines and utilities, and eastern Nebraska’s largest electric power company. We understand the dynamics involved in the natural resources and energy industries and are diligent about staying current on the ever-changing environmental laws. Mr. Bruckner concentrates his practice in the field of energy, environmental, and natural resources law. His work includes complex environmental cleanup, enforcement, and citizen suit litigation. Steve serves as lead counsel for a major Midwestern electric utility and also represents natural gas pipeline and distribution companies. For more information, please visit his Bio page.

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