Womble Bond Dickinson announced today that prominent environmental attorney Daniella D. Landers has joined as a partner in the firm’s Houston office.

Landers focuses her practice on a broad range of environmental compliance, transactional, and litigation matters. She counsels energy companies, manufacturers, industrial facilities, financial institutions, real estate interests, and other businesses on complex environmental and related land use issues.

“Daniella is a formidable environmental lawyer with experience across nearly every area of environmental litigation and regulation,” said Houston Office Managing Partner Jeff Whittle. “Her extensive ties within the energy, petrochemical, and manufacturing industries in Texas will be a tremendous asset in Houston and across the broader Gulf region.”

Landers frequently counsels clients on corrective actions, brownfields redevelopment, environmental closures, and groundwater remediation. She helps clients navigate environmental crises and develop legal response strategies tailored to each specific situation. 

“My practice is synergistic with several areas of strategic growth for the firm, including the Energy Sector and Global Business Team,” said Landers. “Womble understands the value and importance of aligning legal services with their clients’ businesses, and my clients will benefit greatly from this cross-practice collaboration.”

Landers is the latest in a series of notable additions to the firm’s Houston office, including global business partner Wilka V. Toppins and veteran IP attorneys Samuel G. Campbell and Eric A. Stephenson.

Landers is a frequent speaker and writer on environmental, energy, and litigation issues and has been featured in Law360 and National Public Radio. She joins Womble from the Houston office of Reed Smith.