Parthy Evan's practice spans the areas of environment, energy, natural resources and agriculture. She has a wide variety of experience in environmental regulatory and administrative matters, pre-litigation settlements, internal investigations, corporate and property transactions and water rights. She has handled complex permitting and enforcement defense matters under the Clean Air Act and Clean Water Act in many states and EPA regions, has settled numerous environmental enforcement matters under the water, air, and hazardous waste laws, and has created provisions for successfully quantifying and managing environmental risk and liabilities in corporate and property transactions. Her practice includes defense of environmental criminal allegations and investigations. She has represented surface water and groundwater rights holders in appropriation as well as riparian states. Parthy's practice includes representing electric generating utilities, agribusiness, mining, pipeline, and manufacturing clients. Her work includes assisting clients in creating and responding to federal state legislation and writing comments and challenges to federal and state rulemakings. Her background in biology and ecology enhances her law practice.
Parthy’s work has been with electric generating utilities, agribusiness, manufacturing companies, oil and mining companies, municipalities and trade groups. Clients include Parthy on their teams as a strategist and counselor for environmental law matters. Her experience and the expertise she brings to bear in "bet-the-company" matters causes clients to include her on their core teams. She has worked with several clients that have facilities in multiple states and is experienced in helping clients achieve consistency in the manner in which they are regulated from state-to-state by federal and state environmental regulatory agencies.
Specific experience includes:
Electric Generating Utilities
Energy and Natural Resources Development and Manufacturing
Waste and waste water counsel for fertilizer company Trade and Quasi-Governmental Groups