Environmental lawyers for regulated entities, governments, and NGOs often handle matters in which more than one party is on the other side. Indeed, lawyers often have to think of organizations — businesses, agencies, or environmental groups — not as monolithic entities, but as coalitions of the individuals within them. The Pennsylvania Environmental Law Forum planners addressed some tactical and ethical issues presented by these situations during our roundtable at the Forum on April 8. I followed up in my April column in the Pennsylvania Law Weekly. Read Tactical Issues When Multiple Parties Oppose Your Client, from the April 21, 2015, Pennsylvania Law Weekly by clicking here.