Thomas N. Lippe                              

          Thomas N. Lippe, a native of Tampa, Florida, obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Princeton University, graduating magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa in 1979.  Mr. Lippe obtained his Juris Doctor degree from Stanford University School of Law in 1982.  At Stanford, Mr. Lippe was business manager of the Environmental Law Society and co-authored an Enviormental Law Society publication on hazardous waste management regulation.  Mr. Lippe also served on the Board of Directors of the Stanford Public Interest Law Foundation.

            Mr. Lippe joined the San Francisco firm of Bronson, Bronson and McKinnon in the fall of 1982.  While with Bronson, Bronson and McKinnon, Mr. Lippe handled a range of business litigation matters, including securities class actions and Federal Trade Commission enforcement actions.  In the fall of 1986, Mr. Lippe associated with the San Francisco firm of Pillsbury and Wilson, where he practiced plaintiff’s civil litigation, primarily involving land use and landslide property damage.  In 1988, Mr. Lippe founded the firm of Towner & Lippe, specializing in environmental litigation.  In 1994, Mr. Lippe established the Law Offices of Thomas N. Lippe.



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