Marc Romanowski’s practice concentrates on land use, zoning, municipal law, brownfield redevelopment, administrative permitting, enforcement actions and environmental litigation. Marc represents manufacturers, developers, and municipalities in complex development projects, negotiating consent orders, obtaining permits, responding to enforcement proceedings, and defending citizens’ suits. He has represented clients before municipal boards and in legal challenges to municipal board decisions with regard to land use and zoning decisions. Marc has been involved in numerous proceedings before zoning boards across New York State, as well as wide-ranging experience representing clients before the N.Y.S. Department of Environmental Conservation, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the U.S. and N.Y.S. Department of Transportation, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, among others. He also has extensive environmental litigation experience in federal and state courts as well as state and local agencies,
University at Buffalo Law School, J.D.
University at Buffalo, B.S.
United States Court of Appeals, Second Circuit
United States District Court for the Western and Northern Districts of New York
Boys & Girls Club of Buffalo, Board of Directors
Erie-Cattaraugus Rail Trail Board of Directors
Erie County Bar Association, Environmental Law Committee
American Bar Association
40 Under 40, Buffalo Business First