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Matthew Z. Leopold

Hunton Andrew Kurth LLP

Mr. Leopold provides his clients with unparalleled experience with federal and state regulatory agencies and in‐depth knowledge of environmental  regulation of air, water, chemicals, and natural resources. As EPA General Counsel, he counseled on the development and defense of the most significant regulations proposed by the agency, including the Affordable Clean Energy Rule, the Navigable Waters Protection Rule, and the Safe Affordable Fuel‐Efficient (SAFE) Vehicles Rule, and he was personally involved in defending the highest profile cases during his tenure, including the County of Maui v. Hawaii Wildlife Fund and Atlantic Richfield Co. v. Christian in the U.S. Supreme Court. Mr. Leopold’s prior government  service was as chief attorney at the Florida Department of Environmental Protection and an attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice, Environment and Natural Resources Division, where he served on the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill trial team. In private practice, Mr. Leopold represents clients facing significant EPA enforcement issues, counsels clients on environmental compliance, assists with difficult contaminated site remediation issues, supports industry with regulatory advocacy before federal agencies, and is litigating federal agency decisions under the Administrative Procedure Act and environmental statutes.

Product Type

74th Annual Energy Law Conference

Bianca Roberson |  Christopher S. Kulander |  Dan R. Brouillette |  Mark Robeck |  Meghan McElvy |  Lucian Pera |  Christopher D. Porter |  Kelly Herrera |  ....
Original Program Date:
Feb 16, 2023
$650.00 - Base Price

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