Pollution Control Clinic
Beth Gotthelf

Beth Gotthelf

As one of the premier environmental lawyers in the U.S., Legal & Policy columnist Beth Gotthelf is a Shareholder based in Butzel Long's Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, office. She is the firm's director of innovation and external relations, co-chair of the energy and sustainability practice and chair of the aerospace and defense industry team. She has represented numerous finishers on compliance issues, as well as those who have unfortunately run afoul of the green police, namely the EPA and occasionally OSHA.

Beth represents and counsels a diverse mix of clients in numerous matters. These matters include compliance and permitting, alternative energy issues, responding to an emergency, state and federal civil and criminal enforcement, compliance audits, tax incentives, remediation and occupational safety and health. Ask a question, and Beth will help you weave your way through the intricacies of regulations and policy. Click here for more information.

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Ask an Expert Published: February 23, 2015

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Arguments for Outsourcing

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Ask an Expert Published: January 21, 2014

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