Environmental enforcement veteran Morrison joins Pillsbury as a partner in Washington DC
Pillsbury has announced that Matthew Morrison has joined the firm’s Washington DC office as a partner in the environment, land use and natural resources practice. He has almost 25 years of experience in this area.
Prior to this, he served as deputy director of the Office of Criminal Enforcement, Forensics and Training at the US Environmental Protection Agency. Morrison has also served for more than a dozen years as a trial and then supervising attorney in the environmental enforcement office at the US Department of Justice.
Morrison will focus on advising clients on making effective compliance decisions and guiding them on permitting, regulation and enforcement across major energy and manufacturing sectors.
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