KIM K. BURKE serves as co-chair of Taft's Environmental Practice. He graduated from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in 1980. After working for the Bureau of Legal Services of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources, Mr. Burke became associated with a Pittsburgh law firm specializing in litigation and environmental matters. In 1981 Mr. Burke joined the Taft law firm, where he has concentrated in a variety of environmental law areas, including Superfund defense and negotiation, development and implementation of hazardous substance remedial investigation and corrective measure plans, defense of toxic tort and other civil and criminal claims, real estate transfers, acquisitions and divestitures, government funding, including stimulus and brownfields, environmental insurance litigation, air permits and administrative proceedings before state and federal environmental agencies.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kim K. Burke