Colorado Springs Must Clean Up Carcinogenic Contamination

The Law Offices of Randall M. Weiner obtained a settlement for the Smokebrush Foundation for the Arts, for contamination created by the City of Colorado Springs. The settlement requires Colorado Springs or its successor to take steps to remediate coal tar (Town Gas) contamination potentially migrating to the Trestle Building, near America the Beautiful Park […]

Denver Post, Colorado Springs Gazette and Colorado Springs Independent Publish Articles on Supreme Court Case Victory

The Denver Post, Colorado Springs Gazette and Colorado Springs Independent have each published articles about the Colorado Supreme Court’s decision to hold the city of Colorado Springs responsible for its subsurface toxic pollution from coal tar contaminants.  Click the links to read the Denver Post article, the Colorado Springs Gazette article, and the Colorado Springs Independent article.

KEEP ROCKY FLATS CLOSED – Rally at the Capitol September 30, 2017

The Law Offices of Randall M. Weiner, P.C. filed suit in May on behalf of five environmental groups against the U.S. government for failing to comply with federal environmental laws in planning to build public trails and a visitor center at the Rocky Flats site in Jefferson County, Colorado. Join us September 30 for a […]

FOX31 Denver Interviews John Lipsky and Randall Weiner for Story About Moving Prairie Dogs to Rocky Flats

FOX31 Denver interviewed Jon Lipsky, who headed the FBI raid on Rocky Flats in 1989, and attorney Randall Weiner about recently released plans to relocate over 200 prairie dogs from Longmont to the Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge.  Nuclear weapons were made at Rocky Flats for decades.  Burrowing prairie dogs can disturb radioactive waste on the site, bringing plutonium buried underground […]

Local Papers Cover Rocky Flats Lawsuit

Read the Boulder Daily Camera article and the Denver Post article about our suit against the U.S. government for failing to comply with federal environmental laws in planning to build public trails and a visitor center at the former Rocky Flats facility.