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Todd C. Schebor

Todd C. Schebor

Member

Expertise

  • Environmental
  • Real Estate
  • Land Use & Zoning
  • Eminent Domain and Condemnation

WSG Practice Industries

Activity

WSG Leadership

ABA Group
Member

Dykema
Michigan, U.S.A.

Profile

Todd C. Schebor's practice focuses on regulatory, commercial and litigation matters involving environmental law and real estate law, and he is a member of the Firm's Automotive Industry Group and Energy Industry Group. He has experience dealing with cleanups (CERCLA, RCRA, and Michigan's Part 201 and 213 programs), underground storage tanks, waste management, mobile source air emissions, water discharge, wetland and property use requirements, facility closures, business and property sales and leases, cost recovery litigation, environmental management, multiparty cleanup projects, domestic and international e-waste requirements, zoning, easements, groundwater ordinances, special land uses, condemnation/takings, and electricity utility right-of-way acquisition projects. 

Mr. Schebor is highly educated in the area of environmental matters. While attending the University of Michigan, Mr. Schebor obtained his Bachelor of Science from the School of Natural Resources and Environment with a concentration in Environmental Policy. After obtaining his Juris Doctorate degree, Mr. Schebor went on to obtain a Master of Laws in Environmental and Natural Resources Law at the Northwestern School of Law at Lewis and Clark College, located in Portland, Oregon.

Prior to joining Dykema, Mr. Schebor was a legal intern for the U.S. Department of the Interior, Office of the Solicitor in Portland, Oregon. While in law school, he was a judicial extern for the Honorable Karen Nelson Moore, U.S. Court of Appeals, 6th Circuit and a law clerk for a firm in Cleveland, Ohio.

Bar Admissions

Ohio, 2002

Michigan, 2003

Education

Lewis and Clark Law School, LL.M. Case Western Reserve University, J.D. University of Michigan, B.S.
Areas of Practice

Eminent Domain and Condemnation | Environmental | Land Use & Zoning | Property Tax Appeals | Real Estate | Real Estate Litigation

Professional Career

Professional Associations

  • American Bar Association, Section of Natural Resources, Energy and Environmental Law, Member
  • State Bar of Michigan, Environmental Law Section, Member
  • Ohio State Bar Association, Environmental Law Committee, Member
  • Detroit Metropolitan Bar Association
  • Cleveland Bar Association

Seminars

  • 2005 - Michigan Institute of Laundering and Drycleaning, Treetops Annual Meeting - "Environmental Risk Management Practices"
  • 2004 - Environmental Law Forum, Wayne State University Law School - "The State of Environmental Law Practice"
  • 2003 - Lewis and Clark College Law School - "Impact of Aquatic Invasive Species"

Articles

Still Time to Appeal: Executive Order and Bills Aim to Extend Property Tax Assessment Appeal Dates in Michigan and Provide Additional Tax Relief in Illinois
Dykema, May 2020

The 2020 appeal season is moving and changing quickly, so be sure to not miss any filing deadlines. The deadline for filing petitions with the Michigan Tax Tribunal is set by statute as May 31. On May 14, 2020, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer issued Executive Order 2020-87 (the “Order”), to extend the deadline to protest 2020 property tax assessments to grant some amount of relief to individuals and businesses amid the coronavirus/COVID-19 crisis...

Additional Articles

  • Michigan Institute of Laundering and Drycleaning, Clean Talk Magazine "The Definition of What Constitutes a Facility Under Michigan Environmental Law May be Changing"

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