Lowell Rothschild advises clients on environmental compliance, enforcement, public policy and government relations issues. With a strong background in natural resources and land development, he guides clients through the challenges of energy development, infrastructure projects and mining, including impact analysis, wetlands, mitigation and habitat conservation, as well as associated permitting, internal and external investigations, and litigation.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Rothschild was the primary environmental counsel for The Mosaic Company, the world’s largest integrated phosphate and potash (fertilizer) supplier. His practice covers the range of federal, state and local environmental laws related to infrastructure development, natural resource extraction, complex governmental investigations and manufacturing. These include wetlands, environmental review, endangered species, water quality and quantity, hazardous and solid waste, legacy remediation, radiation, air, hazardous chemicals, mining, occupational safety and health, and wildlife control matters. He is extremely well versed in managing the challenges facing companies whose operations cause significant land impacts, particularly in connection with wetlands, National Environmental Policy Act, Endangered Species Act and Clean Water Act matters.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Lowell M. Rothschild