About UsTracking Change

Over the past few years, there's been a sea change in the federal government's approach to environmental issues. From reversals of the previous administration's executive orders, policies, and regulations to passage of new laws, rules, and regulations that focus on climate change and environmental equity initiatives, significant and substantive changes have been coming at a furious pace. The upcoming election presents fresh uncertainties, and it remains to be seen if the existing administration's objectives will be sustained or if we'll witness a dramatic shift in direction.

Our Environmental Reg Watch Blog provides the frequent updates, analysis, and insight that businesses need to stay informed.

Kilpatrick Townsend's Environment & Product Regulation Team provides a full range of business and transactional planning, compliance counseling, and litigation services for our clients. We help companies contend with conflicting regulatory regimes while staying on track for their long-term business vision. We frequently represent companies in matters before state and federal courts and agencies, as well as those facing actions by the U.S. Congress and state legislatures. We also provide preventative counseling and management of environmental permitting to assist clients in avoiding health, safety, and environmental regulatory conflicts, proactively helping our clients avoid future government enforcement activities.

More about our practice here : Environment & Product Regulation

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