Thomas Burman

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Burman, Thomas - Business Litigation, Lawyer

Mr. Tom is a member of the firm's legal department's Legal Associates Group and specializes in environment, utilities, energy and transport matters. He is experienced in lawsuits in numerous fora, from national and state courts to state administration procedures and multi-national arbitrations. Tom provides advice to a wide range of customers, from single growers to large scale mine construction schemes, on matters of environment approval, verification and adherence.

In addition, he is defending litigants in controversies concerning former pollution allegations in the context of Corporate Tax ation (CERCLA) and other legal proceedings. Mr. Wilson's expertise includes managing utility companies, development companies and other power players through licensing and other regulation proceedings before the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission and litigation on their behalf before the Commission.

In his transport practices, he represented railways before Swiss courts and provides advice on pre-purchase questions in connection with state and municipal environment and development legislation. He also supports the firm's building group on a regular basis by hearing litigation on our behalf in state courts and arbitral tribunals. Tom's work includes representing clients in the following areas:

Advising major miners on regulatory and state approvals related to the planned copper-nickel mine, regulatory approvals under the Clean Wastewater Act and state mine and land use legislation. Prosecuted lawsuit on the name of the supplier against a rival who illegally intervenes in the customer's supply area. Representing Class I railways in a lawsuit for damages before the Illinois Supreme Administrative Tribunal containing controversial obligations for the remediation of contaminated sites at an industry site on the Great Lakes.

Advocate a member of the executive committee of a private equity firm against investor and LLC member actions before the South Dakota Supreme Court. LLC is a private equity firm. Successful defense of the property management firm and the partners against mandatory trustee rights before the Minnesota State Courts, which led to premature rejection of all rights. Representation of the pharmaceuticals producer in a legal dispute with a former vendor for violation of the production and delivery contract.

Obtain a judgement by default before a state tribunal against a business lessee for non-payment of the lease. Tom's pro bono agency has, among other things, achieved a favourable solution in a building controversy on the behalf of a St. Paul fugitive coffee shop proprietor and assisted the proprietor in getting the necessary permits to commence operation, obtained a reverse for a female patient who challenges her verdict before the Minnesota Courts of Appeals, and prepared American Civil Liberties Union and Electronic Frontier Foundation paperwork to ensure Henesota's adherence to the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act.

Prior to enlisting in a personal office, Tom worked as a court reporter for David S. Doty, a distinguished judge at the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota. Prior to graduating from the Faculty of Jurisprudence, Tom was an AmeriCorps voluntary with a community association devoted to supplying St. Paul citizens with energy-saving instruments and service.

Mr. Tom is a member of the firm's legal department's Legal Associates Group and specializes in environment, utilities, energy and transport matters. He is experienced in lawsuits in numerous fora, from national and state courts to state administration procedures and multi-national arbitrations. Tom provides advice to a wide range of customers, from single growers to large scale mine construction schemes, on matters of environment approval, verification and adherence.

In addition, he is defending litigants in controversies concerning former pollution allegations in the context of Corporate Tax ation (CERCLA) and other legal proceedings. Mr. Wilson's expertise includes managing utility companies, development companies and other power players through licensing and other regulation proceedings before the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission and litigation on their behalf before the Commission.

In his transport practices, he represented railways before Swiss courts and provides advice on pre-purchase questions in connection with state and municipal environment and development legislation. He also supports the firm's building group on a regular basis by hearing litigation on our behalf in state courts and arbitral tribunals. Tom's work includes representing clients in the following areas:

Advising major miners on regulatory and state approvals related to the planned copper-nickel mine, regulatory approvals under the Clean Wastewater Act and state mine and land use legislation. Prosecuted lawsuit on the name of the supplier against a rival who illegally intervenes in the customer's supply area. Representing Class I railways in a lawsuit for damages before the Illinois Supreme Administrative Tribunal containing controversial obligations for the remediation of contaminated sites at an industry site on the Great Lakes.

Advocate a member of the executive committee of a private equity firm against investor and LLC member actions before the South Dakota Supreme Court. LLC is a private equity firm. Successful defense of the property management firm and the partners against mandatory trustee rights before the Minnesota State Courts, which led to premature rejection of all rights. Representation of the pharmaceuticals producer in a legal dispute with a former vendor for violation of the production and delivery contract.

Obtain a judgement by default before a state tribunal against a business lessee for non-payment of the lease. Tom's pro bono agency has, among other things, achieved a favourable solution in a building controversy on behalf of a St. Paul fugitive coffee shop proprietor and assisted the proprietor in getting the necessary permits to commence operation, obtained a reverse for a female patient who challenges her verdict before the Minnesota Courts of Appeals, and prepared American Civil Liberties Union and Electronic Frontier Foundation paperwork to ensure Henesota's adherence to the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act.

Prior to enlisting in a personal office, Tom worked as a court reporter for David S. Doty, a distinguished judge at the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota. Prior to graduating from the Faculty of Jurisprudence, Tom was an AmeriCorps voluntary with a community association devoted to supplying St. Paul citizens with energy-saving instruments and service.

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