Randy Dann is a partner in the Environmental Group of Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP, where his practice focuses on complex environmental litigation and enforcement, transactions, permitting and regulatory compliance, and site remediation. Mr. Dann regularly counsels clients in the oil and gas, energy, mining, and other natural resource industries on compliance and regulatory issues under federal and state environmental laws. Mr. Dann has experience in a wide variety of matters governed by the Clean Air Act, CERCLA, the Clean Water Act, RCRA, and similar state environmental laws. Mr. Dann has represented clients in both federal and state litigation, including CERCLA cost recovery and contribution actions.
In particular, Mr. Dann is a leader in the field of air quality and climate change regulation and enforcement issues facing the energy and other natural resource industries in Colorado and across the country. Mr. Dann routinely represents clients in air quality enforcement actions brought by EPA and various state agencies, and has significant experience representing energy clients before the Colorado Air Quality Control Commission and in other federal and state rulemaking proceedings. Additionally, Mr. Dann plays a prominent role in developing air quality and climate change policy for various oil and gas trade associations.
Mr. Dann serves as a vice chair on the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Air Quality Committee and is a regular contributor to the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Newsletter. Mr. Dann also writes and speaks frequently on various environmental topics, including air quality and climate change issues facing the energy and natural resource industries.
Georgetown University Law Center, J.D., 2005
University of Florida, B.A., 2002
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