Airport operations and expectations were upended by the swift and nearly complete grounding of air travel due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the spring. With a full recovery predicted to take years, Anderson & Kreiger is guiding airports through their immediate and long-term challenges.
When the Town of Barnstable found out that its drinking water supply was contaminated, it came to Anderson & Kreiger for help.
When the Town of Acton faced a constitutional challenge from a Washington, D.C. advocacy group for preserving a historic church, the lawyers at Anderson & Kreiger did what they do best – protect public clients and the important interests they serve.
National Grid faced one of its toughest permitting jobs when it needed to install 32 miles of electric transmission wires across two states. Grid turned to A&K for help.
To purchase a $100M+ campus of lab, office and retail space in Kendall Square, you need serious legal expertise. That’s why one of the nation’s largest life sciences REITs chose A&K.
When Oceana needed legal help to protect the world’s second largest coral reef from oil drilling, A&K sailed to the rescue.
When airlines threatened Seattle’s airport with costly “rocket docket” litigation, A&K helped the Port find a way forward.
After the IRS targeted our client, things got even worse when their D&O insurer refused to cover the $1M+ search warrant and subpoena response cost. But A&K had other plans.