Erin Bartlett assists clients in a variety of federal regulatory and transactional matters to help clients understand and comply with their obligations under environmental, energy, and natural resources laws. Erin primarily provides counsel on environmental regulatory matters under the Clean Air Act (CAA) and Clean Water Act (CWA). Erin has worked extensively on EPA’s proposed rule to redefine jurisdictional waters and has worked with clients to assess compliance and liability issues under the final rule. Her practice also supports clients working on emerging issues in energy and natural resources law, including methane regulation and regulations unique to the firm’s Native Indian law practice. Erin has experience representing clients in large, complex arbitration proceedings and appellate litigation. Prior to attending law school, Erin worked for the State of South Carolina’s Department of Health and Environmental Control as a Hydrologist in the Bureau of Water and as an Emissions Inventory Specialist in the Bureau of Air Quality. Her work in the Bureau of Water involved implementing the state’s Source Water Assessment and Protection Program Plan under the Safe Drinking Water Act. In the Bureau of Air, she worked to develop quality assurance reports to identify quantity, and verify validity, of air pollution emission data for regulated industrial facilities under the Clean Air Act.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Erin K. Bartlett