Jack McDermott Reappointed Chair of American Bar Association Committee

Jack McDermott, a partner in Archer’s Haddonfield office, has been re-appointed to a third term as Co-Chair of the Energy and Natural Resources Litigation Committee of the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Section of Energy, Environment and Resources. His new term began September 1. He has served as Co-Chair for the past two terms and, before that, as Committee Vice Chair.

As Co-Chair, Mr. McDermott leads the Committee’s activities in reviewing and analyzing national developments related to areas such as natural resource damages, oil and natural gas litigation, and related areas of litigation, as well as educating members on national trends through continuing legal education programs and articles.

The Section of Environment, Energy and Resources is a leading national forum where lawyers with environmental, energy and resources practices can find the most current information and analyses of issues related to those practice areas, and where they can learn, teach and contribute regarding those issues.

A member of Archer’s Environmental Law Group, Mr. McDermott specializes in complex environmental litigation, toxic torts and products liability claims. He represents companies in the petroleum, chemical and other industries facing claims for all forms of property and personal injury damages, cleanup costs and natural resource damages.

Archer P.C. is a full-service regional law firm with more than 175 lawyers and eight offices in Haddonfield, Hackensack, Princeton, Flemington and Red Bank, NJ; Philadelphia, PA; New York, NY; and Wilmington, DE. The firm has been serving Fortune 100 clients, small to medium-sized businesses and individuals for over 85 years. Each office provides full-service litigation and transactional capabilities in nearly every area of law including, corporate, estate & trust, family & matrimonial, labor & employment, litigation, medical & personal injury, and real estate services. For more information, visit www.archerlaw.com.

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