Patti Boye-Williams practices in the firm’s Environmental and Renewable Energy Practice Groups. She advises clients on a variety of regulatory compliance matters arising under RCRA, the Clean Water Act, the Clean Air Act, CERCLA and related state laws. Additionally, Patti has represented both renewable energy developers and renewable energy off-takers, including municipalities, in a variety of matters including: representation before PURA and the Connecticut Siting Council, the negotiation of power purchase agreements, and analysis of proposals to develop large scale solar arrays.
Patti has significant experience managing environmental aspects of complex corporate and real estate transactions, including evaluating the impact of the Connecticut Property Transfer Act on these transactions. She has counseled clients regarding compliance with remediation requirements under both federal and state laws, including the remediation of hazardous building materials (for example the remediation of PCBs in caulk and paint). Her CERCLA experience includes representing PRPs at multi-party Superfund sites throughout the country, including counseling clients with regards to settlement with state and federal entities, as well as other PRPs. She has also advised clients regarding the impact of bankruptcy on environmental liabilities and successfully represented policyholders in insurance disputes stemming from historical environmental contamination.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Patricia L. Boye-Williams