Randall M. Weiner

The Law Offices of Randall M. Weiner is a personal injury, automobile and environmental practice in Boulder, CO. With over 30 years experience as a public interest/environmental litigation, Mr. Weiner has widened his practice to include personal injury and automobile cases.

EDUCATION:

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA LAW SCHOOL, Philadelphia, Pa. J.D. 1984.
HAVERFORD COLLEGE, Haverford, Pa. B.A. (Economics) 1981.
WHARTON SCHOOL, UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. 1978-1981 (selected courses).

ADMITTED TO PRACTICE:

Colorado (1994-present), Florida (1985–present), New York (1985-1993), Alaska (1986-1994), District of Columbia (1986-1994). U.S. District Courts in Colorado, Alaska, and Southern and Eastern Districts of New York. U.S. Appeals Courts, District of Columbia, Ninth, and Tenth Circuits.

EXPERIENCE:

LAW OFFICES OF RANDALL M. WEINER, P.C., Boulder, Colorado
Personal injury and environmental practice. Litigation on behalf of individuals and groups in the areas of personal injury, toxic torts, environmental degradation, auto accidents, and oil and gas pollution. 1997 – present.

LAND AND WATER FUND OF THE ROCKIES, now WESTERN RESOURCE ADVOCATES, Boulder, Colorado
Litigator on air, water and toxics issues. Cases involve the Community Right-to-Know Act, mining discharges, air emissions, and the dredging of Bear Lake, Utah (Clean Water Act and NEPA). 1993-1997.

TRUSTEES FOR ALASKA, Anchorage, Alaska
Executive Director of public interest, environmental law firm. Responsible for natural resource program and litigation activities, management of 3-4 attorneys and law student interns, and development. 1988-1992.

NEW YORK PUBLIC INTEREST RESEARCH GROUP (NYPIRG), New York, N.Y.
Director of NYPIRG’s legal department. Brought litigation involving the infamous Long Island “Garbage Barge,” water pollution, voting rights, and consumer issues. 1986-1988.

REPRESENTATIVE CLIENTS:

Sierra Club; Greenpeace; The Wilderness Society; Trustees for Alaska; NYPIRG; COPIRG; Cross Community Coalition; Colorado Citizens for Alternatives to Toxics; Western Colorado Congress; Mineral Policy Center; Bear Lake Watch.

ENTITIES SUED OR ACTED AGAINST:

ASARCO Incorporated; Prima Oil and Gas Company; ARCO; BP Alaska; Conoco; Conoco-Phillips; Circle K; GATX; Vulcan Chemicals; Debourgh Manufacturing Company; Hauser Chemical Research, Inc.; Innovative Companies; Umetco Minerals Corporation; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; U.S. Department of Army; Suncor Energy (U.S.A.) Pipeline Company; Sinclair Transportation Company.

MEMBERSHIPS:

Colorado Trial Lawyers Association (CTLA).
Commissioner, Colorado Solid and Hazardous Waste Commission. 2013-2016.
Member and Chair, City of Boulder Environmental Advisory Board. 2000-2005.
Member, Colorado Pollution Prevention Advisory Board. 1997-2000.