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Environmental; Economic Development; Disaster Assistance; Catastrophic Events and Major Claims
Trudy has an active regional environmental practice before both federal and state agencies. She represents corporations in site selection and environmental approvals required for new and expanded industrial operations and knows the importance of keeping projects on schedule. She takes a proactive approach in assisting businesses work thru various regulatory schemes to accomplish the required objectives. She provides cost-effective comprehensive approach to managing EHS issues. Based on her prior experience as leading a “first responder agency”, she assists corporations in disaster response and natural resource damages assessments. She led Mississippi’s efforts for 5 years in relation to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. She also has an active environmental toxic tort litigation
practice and has developed a niche area in finding creative solutions for legacy remediation sites.
Environmental Council of the States (ECOS); American Bar Association, Section on Environment, Energy and Resources; Mississippi Bar Association, Section on Natural Resources, Energy and Environmental Law: Past President