Mabbett is proud to announce and welcome Harlan M. Doliner, Esq. as its Vice President, Legal Affairs – Compliance, and Director of Marine Technology – Maritime Professional Services Group. Mr. Doliner will be a member of the Executive Management Team at Mabbett.
Mr. Doliner has over forty years of extensive experience as an environmental and marine technology attorney. He has spent the last eight years practicing with the Boston office of the law firm of Verrill Dana LLP, where he served in the Environmental Group and chaired its Maritime Group. Mr. Doliner is the founding chairperson of the Environmental Law Section of the Boston Bar Association. He has also served as a Director of the Environmental Business Council of New England (EBCNE), and currently is a member of the Massachusetts Seaport Economic Council by appointment of Governor Baker. He is also the Immediate Past President and board member of MOTN, the Marine & Oceanographic Technology Network and serves on the board of the Marine Renewable Energy Collaborative (MRECo) of New England. Mr. Doliner is an adjunct professor for the Law Schools at Boston College and Roger Williams University, where he teaches the only law school level offshore renewable energy and maritime security courses in the United States.
“We are most pleased to welcome Harlan to the Mabbett team,” stated Arthur N. Mabbett, Chairman. “As we continue to expand and grow the firm, Harlan’s legal and industry expertise will provide our current and future clients with a comprehensive consulting experience.” Arthur N. Mabbett continued, “Harlan will focus on transaction risk evaluation and support; maritime technology and security issues; hazardous waste site reuse; facility siting; strategic environmental risk-assessment; management; regulatory compliance and enforcement defense; renewable energy (solar, wind and hydrokinetic); and the full spectrum of land use issues and permitting. Harlan will also serve as our in-house Counsel with primary responsibilities in compliance and risk management.”