Jack litigates and practices regulatory environmental law with a focus on groundwater issues and the agriculture, food, and chemical manufacturing industries.
His representative experience includes work on products liability and environmental tort litigation, as well as regulatory counsel for products regulated under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) and the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). He is also familiar with fishery management issues, particularly pertaining to the conservation of endangered species, and the evolving U.S. regulations of industrial hemp and cannabis.
During law school, Jack served for two years on the Board of Student Advisers and as a co-director of the Food Law Society, and he was an Article Editor for the Environmental Law Review. For Harvard’s Food Law & Policy Clinic, he conducted research on food waste reduction programs and national date labeling and Farm Bill policies.
Jack also worked as a Cavers Legal Intern at the Conservation Law Foundation, where he drafted legal briefs on issues including coastal property rights, state electric vehicle appropriations, and grid modernization, and conducted research on agriculture and solar siting policy.
Before law school, Jack worked as a political campaign media consultant in Washington, DC, as a farmer in Connecticut, and as a high school history and English teacher in Massachusetts.
Jack is admitted only in Massachusetts. Practicing pursuant to D.C. App. Rule 49(c)(8) under the direct supervision of Principals of the Firm.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jack B. Zietman