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Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
FOUR EMBARCADERO CENTER
22ND FLOOR
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94111-5998
United States
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United States > Industry focus > Environment: litigation

Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP offers comprehensive advice in the fields of environmental and natural resources litigation matters to an array of market-leading and transformative businesses across all industrial and energy segments. Recently, the team, which couples trial capability with deep environmental experience, has been involved in several matters involving the State Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC). Furthermore, the practice undertakes works involving all major federal and state environmental laws, and handles contentious matters concerning air and water issues, waste management, emerging chemicals, toxic torts, Superfund and endangered species. Mark Elliott in Los Angeles is skilled in environmental litigation at the state and federal levels, including cases involving Superfund sites, Proposition 65, and the Clean Water Act. Based in San Francisco, Margaret Rosegay  is a leading attorney in California, who is recommended for hazardous waste permitting, RCRA and site remediation. They jointly chair the group with Houston-based Amanda Halter, who oversees the crisis management team, and Jeffrey Knight in Washington DC.

United States > Industry focus > Environment: regulatory

Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP advises clients from virtually every segment of the industrial and energy sectors on the entire spectrum of environmental regulatory matters. The department is regularly called to assist with enforcement actions, compliance and legislative matters, project siting, development and site remediation. Lately, the team, which enjoys a strong reputation in the climate change field, has been involved in several mandates involving the State Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) and has expanded its representation of specialty chemical companies in connection with enforcement proceedings, governmental investigations and corporate governance issues. Clients also benefit from the firm’s wide geographical footprint across the US. The practice is jointly led by Jeffrey Knight in Washington DC, Amanda Halter in Houston, Mark Elliott in Los Angeles and Margaret Rosegay  in San Francisco. Elliott has a multifaceted environmental practice spanning hazardous materials, soil, water, and air quality regulations, while Rosegay is particularly sought after by oil and gas exploration and production operators. Sitting in Washington DC, Sheila McCafferty Harvey  is a name to note for climate change and sustainability matters. The department grew in March 2021 with the addition of partner Anne Austin, who joined the DC and Houston offices as a nationally recognized environmental lawyer who has held several high-profile federal and state regulatory roles. She was previously at the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).