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Akerman Senterfitt has expanded its environmental practice with the addition of Robert M. Andersen, former chief counsel of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Andersen, who joins as a shareholder in the Washington office, comes from New York’s Dewey & LeBoeuf. Prior to that, he was chief counsel of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, where he managed a network of 400 attorneys and oversaw worldwide legal issues. He previously served as the first general counsel of the Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board and deputy general counsel of the National Science Foundation. Andersen advises public sector and corporate clients on a range of environmental, regulatory and permit issues. He has also represented clients in nuclear licensing and regulatory matters, in complex environmental litigation, and during federal contract disputes. “Rob’s extensive experience in both the public and private sectors strengthens our environmental law and government contracts practices,” Rick Spees, managing shareholder of the firm’s Washington office, said in a news release. “He enhances our ability to provide clients with a Washington insider’s perspective of both these areas.” Akerman’s environmental and natural resources practice has more than 20 attorneys. With more than 500 lawyers firmwide, Akerman Senterfitt is one of Florida’s largest law firms. It has 12 U.S. offices.

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