Maggie Fawal regularly assists clients with environmental regulatory and litigation matters, with a focus on issues impacting electric utility companies, agribusiness, pharmaceutical companies, rail and surface transportation, and mining.
Maggie advises clients on chemical regulation and waste management issues under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, the Toxic Substances Control Act, and the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act. She has assisted companies in performing comprehensive RCRA and TSCA compliance audits and meeting their regulatory reporting obligations. She also represents companies in EPA enforcement proceedings.
In addition to her chemical and waste management work, Maggie guides clients through the regulatory and environmental review and permitting processes required for complex infrastructure and natural resource development projects and helps clients defend against challenges to project approvals. Her work often involves reviews under the National Environmental Policy Act, National Historic Preservation Act compliance, Endangered Species Act compliance, and permitting under the Clean Water Act.
Maggie works closely with clients to gain a full understanding of their goals and business values, which helps her to quickly and efficiently identify practical solutions to the issues they face.
Maggie's recent representative matters include the following: