Bettina Hollis is an associate in the firm's environmental litigation department. She focuses her practice on toxic torts, nuclear contamination and representing water districts for industrial contamination.
Ms. Hollis shows her support of the environment through various organizations, including the Ocean Conservancy, the Wildlife Conservation Society, Natural Resources Defense Council and the Nature Conservancy.
While in law school Ms. Hollis worked at a CPA firm full-time as a Systems Administrator and Office Manager, roles in which she supervised a staff of five employees. In addition to working full-time, she was active in her school's community and the American Bar Association (ABA) Law Student Division; she participated in the International Law Society and Animal Law Society.
Awards and Honors
- Winner, Summer, 2010 NYSBA Entertainment & Sports Law: Law Student Initiative
- International Environmental Law Committee, New York City Bar Association
- American Bar Association Young Lawyers
- New York State Bar Association
- New York City Bar Association
- Nassau County Bar Association
- Executive Research Editor, New York International Law Review (2010–2011) (staff, 2009–2010)
Recent Decision, Radmacher v. Granatino, 23 N.Y. INT'L L. REV. 121 (Winter 2010).Bettina Hollis,
The Performance Rights Act: Recognizing the Contribution of Performing Artists in Terrestrial Radio, 21 NYSBA ENT., ART & SPORTS L.J. 104 (Summer 2010).
Recent Cases and Settlements of Note
Pascoag MTBE Litigation
Nuclear Contamination/Ionizing Radiation Cases:
Adkins, et. al. v. Chevron Corporation, et. al. – Eastern District of TN
McClurg, et. al. v. MI Holdings, LLC, et. al. – Eastern District of MO
Adams, et. al. v. MI Holdings, LLC, et. al. – Eastern District of MO
- Law School – St. Johns University School of Law
- St. John's University Summer Rome, Italy Program
- Undergraduate Degree – State University of New York at Geneseo
- Catholic Charities – Refugee & Immigrant's Rights Clinic
- Satty, Levine & Ciacco, CPAs, P.C.
- Intern – Honorable E. Thomas Boyle, EDNY