Well known nationally through its publication of a newsletter reaching over 35,000 readers, and having worked on some of the country’s largest environmental law cases and renewable energy transactions over the past decade, the firm counts among its clients household names in energy production and distribution, manufacturing, forestry, mining, media, and technology. Recent growth has been strongest in renewables (wind, solar and hydropower), civil and white collar defense, natural resource development (particularly mining and timber), and water quality. The firm represents the developers of one of the largest wind farms in the country, one of the largest gold mines in the nation, and one of world’s largest private timberland owners. It also represents thousands of water users in recovering the costs of cleaning up and rehabilitating drinking water contaminated by toxic solvents and other chemicals, including PFAS.
Recent work in the tech sector keeps the firm at the forefront of emerging issues in environmental law, including e-mobility, autonomous vehicles and development of corporate environmental, social and governance policies (ESG).