Dogged San Pedro River Advocate Files Lawsuit against Government to Uncover Settlement Talks on Local Water Rights
An opinion piece by Patrice Simms (VP of Litigation at Earthjustice) and Angelo Logan (Campaign Director of the Moving Forward Network)
Sometimes the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s job can be complicated. Sometimes it has to explore questions on the cutting edge of science. But sometimes its job is really simple. This is one of those times — and yet the EPA still hasn’t done what the law requires.
So, we just sent the EPA a notice of intent to sue it to force it to do what it was already supposed to have done.
Leslie Herrera is a Legal Practice Assistant, based out of the Northeast office in New York.
Leslie comes to us from the Peach State, where she graduated with an Economics degree from The Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia. She has a diverse work background and has done everything from teaching Spanish and English to raising and working with a guide dog foundation. She has a special interest in clean energy and conservation and enjoys sculpting and hiking with her dog, Sue.
Sylvie Jensen is a Legal Practice Assistant, based out of the Northeast office in New York.