Corey McGehee is an associate practicing complex commercial litigation frequently related to environmental, regulatory, administrative, appellate, and products liability matters.
Corey has defended multibillion-dollar toxic tort and legacy contamination cases across the western US. Corey has experience advising public and private entities on a variety of matters under state and federal laws, including the federal Clean Water Act (CWA), Endangered Species Act (ESA), Clean Air Act (CAA), CERCLA, RCRA, TSCA and state environmental requirements. Corey has also advised public and private utilities regarding regulatory requirements, rate making, bankruptcy and constitutional matters, including inverse condemnation.
Prior to joining Squire, Corey served as a Law Clerk for Chief Justice Scott Bales in the Arizona Supreme Court and as a Law Clerk for the Water Enforcement Division at the US Environmental Protection Agency.
While studying at Harvard Law School, Corey was the editor of Harvard Environmental Law Review.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Corey McGehee