Related Services


  • Pillsbury’s Environmental & Natural Resources practice helps clients navigate an array of complex environmental laws, including those dealing with PFAS. Our vast experience in this area ranges from assistance companies in complying with chemical regulation and state consumer protection laws, responding to governmental information requests and subpoenas regarding their products and sites, and developing PFAS-specific investigation and remedial plans, and strategies for complying with state laws imposing notification obligations and prohibitions on the distribution of products containing PFAS.

Insurance Recovery & Advisory

  • For organizations facing lawsuits or regulatory action from PFAS, there may be insurance coverage available to protect against those losses, including for the immediate defraying of costs defending against such matters. Pillsbury’s nationally recognized Insurance Recovery & Advisory group is one of the largest and most diverse policyholder-only practices, with more than 70 dedicated lawyers and substantive experience in virtually aspect of insurance law.

Public Policy

  • More than 45 bills addressing PFAS are currently pending in Congress. Leveraging our substantive political experience and comprehensive network of local, state, federal and international connections, we help clients stays abreast and ahead of a rapidly evolving regulatory landscape and advocacy before all levels of government.


  • Pillsbury litigators have a track record of taking on emerging issues, including the law of toxic tort and causes of action arising under consumer protection statutes. Moreover, our litigators are highly experienced in arbitration, mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution. They are also well versed in class action matters, working to defeat or narrow class claims and successfully resolve these cases through motions to dismiss, at trial or via settlement.

Transactional Due Diligence

  • Careful examination and evaluation of potential liabilities associated with PFAS compounds is an increasingly important step in the transactional due diligence process. From formation through financing, mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, our 200+ corporate lawyers work closely with our firm’s regulatory attorneys to help companies identify environmental and other liabilities and set terms that address (i.e., mitigate or offset) such risks, on the buy- and sell-side.