Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Casey Bradford focuses her practice on critical environmental matters across the United States. She routinely advises clients on complex environmental compliance issues and works with clients to achieve practical solutions that minimize risk. With respect to compliance, Casey advises companies in several industry sectors, including steel, chemicals, pulp and paper, and electric utilities.
Casey has extensive experience with Clean Air Act matters, including new source review permitting and best available retrofit technology (BART) determinations. She has defended clients against government enforcement initiatives directed at electric utilities and sulfuric acid plants under the Clean Air Act. She also has experience preparing comments on air regulatory developments, including EPA rulemakings for hazardous air pollutants, interstate transport requirements, and regional haze plans. Her work frequently involves responding to governmental requests for information and notices of violation.
In transactional matters, Casey works with clients to analyze risks associated with environmental liabilities in various types of corporate and real estate transactions. She works with clients to recognize deal-specific concerns and develop innovative options for management of environmental risks.
Casey is active in several professional and community service organizations, including the Environmental Law Section of the Georgia Bar, the Atlanta Chapter of the Women’s Energy Network, the Georgia Chapter of the Air and Waste Management Association, and the Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta. In 2013, she was selected into LEAD Atlanta, a leadership development and community education program targeted at promising young professionals in Metro Atlanta.
|Areas of Practice||1) Environment, 2) Energy, 3) Environmental, 4) Health & Safety and 5) Government Regulation|
|Law School||University of Virginia School of Law|
|Education||University of Florida (B.S., 2003)|
|Bar Member / Association||Georgia|
|Most recent firm||Jones Day|
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