Alexa Richman-La Londe is a partner in Riker Danzig’s Environmental Group. Alexa has developed extensive experience in complex regulatory and transactional matters as well as environmental litigation. She handles various types of litigation, including CERCLA and Spill Act matters. She also counsels clients on significant regulatory issues, including ISRA, site remediation, environmental permitting and compliance.
Chambers USA: America’s Leading Business Lawyers has included Alexa in its Client’s Guide since 2013 for Environmental Law. Alexa is noted as being “smart, responsive, practical and knowledgeable in this area of the law.” The Guide also notes that she is “experienced in negotiating legacy liability in regards to Superfund sites, assisting clients in site remediation and advising on regulatory compliance.” She is called a “great” lawyer noted for her litigation strengths, with particular praise for her responsiveness and ability to deal with difficult complications that arise during complex cases. Previous editions describe her as “very diligent, conscientious and knowledgeable,” as well as “very capable and polished.” Best Lawyers in America®, a peer review of U.S. lawyers, has included Alexa on its Best Lawyers list in the field of Environmental Law for 2022, 2021, 2020 and 2018. See Awards and Honors Methodology.
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Alexa serves as Membership Co-Chair for the New Jersey Society of Women Environmental Professionals. In addition to her law degree, Alexa earned a master’s degree in Environmental Law from Vermont Law School. While pursuing her J.D., she served as Note Editor of the Vermont Law Review. Alexa has lectured and published articles on an array of environmental issues and on insurance coverage matters.