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Clark Hill Adds Tracy Y. Williams To Its Western Environmental and Natural Resources Team in Colorado

March 15, 2024

International law firm Clark Hill announced today that Tracy Y. Williams has joined the firm’s Environmental and Natural Resources practice in the Denver office. Williams advises clients on compliance and issues related to the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA or Superfund) and state equivalents.

“Tracy is a seasoned environmental and natural resources attorney and will be an important addition to our Pacific Northwest and Mountain States practice,” said Patrick Larkin, Clark Hill’s Environment, Energy & Natural Resources Business Unit Leader. “Her skillset is ideal to support our growing Western offices’ corporate and transactional practices and to serve our clients from across the U.S. as they face environmental and regulatory issues in their operations in these regions and beyond.”

In addition to her focus on CERCLA issues, Williams is well-versed in the nuances surrounding other environmental laws, including the Washington Model Toxics Control Act and the Clean Water Act. Her areas of expertise include negotiating remedies with state and federal regulatory agencies, assisting with real estate transactions, addressing liability and insurance issues, negotiating settlements, managing projects involving multiple stakeholders, counseling on worker safety citations, and advising on emerging issues related to worker safety.

“Clark Hill’s reputation for taking a collaborative approach in providing exceptional service to the firm’s clients on diverse matters across the globe resonates strongly with me,” Williams said. “I am excited about this opportunity to work with subject matter experts across many areas of law while leveraging my experience to help expand the firm’s environmental practice in Colorado and the Pacific Northwest.”

Williams is currently a Council Member of the American Bar Association’s Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources (SEER), and was previously SEER’s Pro Bono Chair and the Vice Chair of Membership for SEER’s Transactions and Brownfields Redevelopment Committee. In October 2024, she will chair SEER’s 32nd Fall Conference in Seattle.

Prior to joining Clark Hill, Williams was an Environmental Associate based in Seattle. She received her Juris Doctor from the University of Colorado School of Law and her B.A. from the University of Puget Sound.

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