Ms. Longroy, a shareholder in the firm, offers legal advice to clients on a wide variety of environmental matters involving an array of federal, state, and municipal regulatory programs, often related to commercial real estate, corporate, or capital transactions. She helps clients effectively manage environmental risks, address environmental contamination, and comply with environmental laws. Ms. Longroy has extensive experience in dealing with solid and hazardous waste, hazardous substances, water, and pesticide issues. She also defends enforcement actions brought by the Environmental Protection Agency and Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, typically in the administrative context. In addition, she often provides substantive advice in federal and state environmental litigation, including toxic tort, cost-recovery actions, citizen suits, and environmental insurance defense. Prior to commencing her law practice, Ms. Longroy was first an analytical chemist then gained extensive regulatory experience with laws governing the registration and manufacturing of pesticides and animal drugs.
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"New Owners Eligible for Privilege and Immunity Under New Texas Audit Policy, Update on the Texas Environmental, Health, and Safety Audit Privilege Act,” Environmental Compliance Meeting, City of Grand Prairie, Texas, January 22, 2014.View this presentation.
"Texas Summary, 50-State Survey of Protections"; Available for Purchasers of Contaminated Property, American Bar Association, Litigation Section, Environmental Litigation Committee, and Subcommittee of Women Environmental Litigators.View this article.
Chapter 35, Ethical Considerations,” Environmental Law, 2013-2014 ed. (Vol. 46, Texas Practice Series (2013).Purchase this book.