Jessica L. Rosenblatt
Jessica Rosenblatt helps clients solve challenges arising under federal and state environmental laws. She advises on compliance issues, navigates permitting processes, manages environmental risks in transactions, and helps resolve environmental disputes and enforcement actions. Jessica guides clients through the multitude of regulations governing air and water quality, waste management, chemical spills, land contamination and other environmental liabilities.
While in law school, Jessica interned at the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection and the U.S. Department of Interior, as well as with Justice Christine Donohue at the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. She assisted in editing a textbook titled “International Farm Animal, Wildlife and Food Safety Law,” and served as Executive Content Editor of Joule: Duquesne Energy & Environmental Law Journal.
Prior to joining Eckert Seamans, Jessica practiced civil litigation at another Pittsburgh law firm.
- Allegheny County Bar Association Environmental and Energy Law Section, Council Member
- Pennsylvania Bar Association
- Duquesne Law Alumni Association
- New Sun Rising, Fiscal Sponsorship Committee Member
- 412 Food Rescue
News and Insights
- “EPA Finalizes Rule Tightening Dust-Lead Clearance Levels,” Construction Executive Magazine, June 22, 2021.
- “What every lawyer needs to know about a Phase I,” co-author, ACBA Lawyers Journal, April 23, 2021.
- “IRS Clarifies the Deductibility of Settlement and Court Ordered Payments,” Eckert Seamans’ Environmental Alert, March 10, 2021.
- “2020 Uptick In PFAS Regs And Suits Heralds More Next Year,” co-author, Law360, December 2020.
- “United States Environmental Protection Agency Seeks to Tighten Dust-Lead Clearance Levels,” Eckert Seamans’ Environmental Alert, September 8, 2020.
- “United States Environmental Protection Agency seeks to tighten dust-lead clearance levels,” Eckert Seamans’ Construction Law Update, Fall 2020.
- “Don’t Overlook Asbestos Inspections Before Demolition or Renovation: What May Frequently Be Overlooked Can Result in Large Penalties,” co-author, Construction Executive Magazine, October 2020.
- “Reopening Closed Buildings: Legionella and Other Health Risks,” Hospitality Lawyers’ Converge Blog, June 2020.
- “United States Environmental Protection Agency Adds PFAS Chemicals to TRI Reporting,” Eckert Seamans’ Environmental Alert, June 23, 2020.
- “New Ruling Exempts Facilities with Air Permits from CERCLA Release Reporting,” Eckert Seamans’ Environmental Alert June 1, 2020.
- “Reopening Closed Buildings: Legionella and Other Health Risks,” Eckert Seamans’ Environmental Alert May 12, 2020.
- “Trials in Absentia: Human Rights Concerns in the Special Tribunal for Lebanon,” International Judicial Monitor, Fall 2014