Carolyn L. McIntosh, a partner in the firm’s Denver office, was featured in Litigation Commentary Review’s January/February 2010 issue. The article explores Ms. McIntosh’s extensive background in environmental compliance matters and environmental litigation.
Ms. McIntosh has a wealth of experience in handling compliance and permit matters, according to the feature story. She also spends a good deal of time working on training and remediation strategies and litigation efforts in regard to hazardous waste, air quality, land use for facilities and policy work with the Environmental Protection Agency.
Before joining Patton Boggs, Ms. McIntosh served as assistant attorney general in Colorado and as a special assistant attorney general in Montana. Ms. McIntosh has also served on numerous local boards and as the mayor of Lafayette for four years. She continues to work with both the state and local governments to better appropriation issues.