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Ashley G.
Chrysler

  • Associate

I really appreciate the depth and breadth of litigation practice here at Warner – and getting to work with so many talented and generous colleagues, in various areas, as I continue to grow my own practice. I like being challenged and rising to the occasion.

Ashley Chrysler is a litigation attorney who focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation, environmental matters and appeals. Her experience includes representing mining and renewable resource companies with a variety of commercial, zoning and environmental issues. Ashley provides strategic legal advice to her clients through every stage of the permitting and litigation process.

  • Represented mining company and successfully persuaded the Seventh Circuit to unanimously uphold the lower court’s dismissal of plaintiff’s attempt to force the federal government to take jurisdiction of the state wetland permitting process under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act (Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin v EPA et al., No. 19-1130, 947F.3d 1065(2020)).
  • Successfully persuaded the Sixth Circuit to uphold the lower court’s dismissal of federal RICO lawsuit at the pleadings stage (Bachi-Reffitt v Reffitt, 802 Fed. Appx. 913 (2020)).
  • Represented several mining and natural resource development companies throughout the country on permitting issues, compliance matters, and appeals in federal, state, and administrative c
  • Represented mining company and successfully persuaded the Seventh Circuit to unanimously uphold the lower court’s dismissal of plaintiff’s attempt to force the federal government to take jurisdiction of the state wetland permitting process under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act (Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin v EPA et al., No. 19-1130, 947F.3d 1065(2020)).
  • Successfully persuaded the Sixth Circuit to uphold the lower court’s dismissal of federal RICO lawsuit at the pleadings stage (Bachi-Reffitt v Reffitt, 802 Fed. Appx. 913 (2020)).
  • Represented several mining and natural resource development companies throughout the country on permitting issues, compliance matters, and appeals in federal, state, and administrative courts.
  • Represented national wind energy facility developers on zoning and compliance issues for wind energy development projects in Michigan and appeals in federal and state courts.
  • Represented several Michigan clients in municipal zoning and litigation matters and against efforts to enjoin project development in state courts.
  • Successfully appealed tax dispute on behalf of health maintenance organization and obtained reversal after tax tribunal granted summary disposition.
  • Researched and briefed cases before the United States Supreme Court, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces, the Michigan Supreme Court, and the Michigan Court of Appeals.
  • “The Scope of Appellate Review: An Evolving Problem of Constitutional Proportions,” Appellate Issues, November 2017
  • “All Work, No Pay: The Crucial Need for the Supreme Court to Review Unpaid Intership Classifications Under the Fair Labor Standards Act,” 2014 Mich. St. L. Rev. 1561
  • “American Hunger: A Political Introduction,” reprinted in Keys for Writers (Ann Raimes & Susan K. Miller-Cochran eds. 7th ed. 2013)
  • “The Scope of Appellate Review: An Evolving Problem of Constitutional Proportions,” Appellate Issues, November 2017
  • “All Work, No Pay: The Crucial Need for the Supreme Court to Review Unpaid Intership Classifications Under the Fair Labor Standards Act,” 2014 Mich. St. L. Rev. 1561
  • “American Hunger: A Political Introduction,” reprinted in Keys for Writers (Ann Raimes & Susan K. Miller-Cochran eds. 7th ed. 2013)
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Ashley G.
Chrysler

  • Associate
Grand Rapids

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I really appreciate the depth and breadth of litigation practice here at Warner – and getting to work with so many talented and generous colleagues, in various areas, as I continue to grow my own practice. I like being challenged and rising to the occasion.

Ashley Chrysler is a litigation attorney who focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation, environmental matters and appeals. Her experience includes representing mining and renewable resource companies with a variety of commercial, zoning and environmental issues. Ashley provides strategic legal advice to her clients through every stage of the permitting and litigation process.

  • “The Scope of Appellate Review: An Evolving Problem of Constitutional Proportions,” Appellate Issues, November 2017
  • “All Work, No Pay: The Crucial Need for the Supreme Court to Review Unpaid Intership Classifications Under the Fair Labor Standards Act,” 2014 Mich. St. L. Rev. 1561
  • “American Hunger: A Political Introduction,” reprinted in Keys for Writers (Ann Raimes & Susan K. Miller-Cochran eds. 7th ed. 2013)
  • “The Scope of Appellate Review: An Evolving Problem of Constitutional Proportions,” Appellate Issues, November 2017
  • “All Work, No Pay: The Crucial Need for the Supreme Court to Review Unpaid Intership Classifications Under the Fair Labor Standards Act,” 2014 Mich. St. L. Rev. 1561
  • “American Hunger: A Political Introduction,” reprinted in Keys for Writers (Ann Raimes & Susan K. Miller-Cochran eds. 7th ed. 2013)