- Represented a coal-burning facility over the course of a decade in an extremely complex, controversial NPDES permitting process that required the filing of lengthy, highly technical comments on draft permits, responses to related information requests, and multiple expert reports.
- Handled all legal issues related to one of the first-in-the-nation conversions of a coal-burning unit to biomass, appearing before regulatory agencies and prevailing at the state supreme court.
- Responsible for the winning legal strategy in a high-stakes, multi-year Clean Air Act NSR permitting case brought by an environmental group in federal district court.
- Drafted and negotiated multiple contracts on an expedited basis for the construction of a $400M flue gas desulfurization system for two asymmetrical units at a coal plant.
- Worked with regulatory agencies to structure a multi-million dollar cleanup of a number of former manufactured gas plant sites, and successfully negotiated contributions from other potentially responsible parties at each site based upon in-depth historical research.
- Negotiated the contract for the construction of a secondary wastewater treatment system as part of a scrubber system (also referred to as a zero liquid discharge system), one of the first in the country, and shepherded the project through agency approvals, responding to multiple information requests.
- Duke University, B.A.
- University of New Hampshire Law School, J.D., 1994
- Supreme Court of New Hampshire
- Federal District Court, New Hampshire
- New Hampshire, 1994