Officials from Walton County, Fla., have hired Beasley Allen attorneys to represent the county in its efforts to recover revenues lost as a result of the BP Oil Spill disaster. News 13 reporter Jason Hackett said Beasley Allen was chosen from among three firms that submitted proposals to represent the County. Beasley Allen attorney David Byrne spoke to the County Commission meeting, presenting the firm’s outstanding record in environmental litigation. Commissioner Sara Comander said the firm’s record of success in environmental law was key in the decision, as the County is concerned about long-term environmental impacts that may result from the oil spill, which affected the entire Gulf Coast region.
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