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Global law firm Squire, Sanders & Dempsey L.L.P has added three attorneys to its prominent Environmental, Health & Safety Practice Group.
Environmental lawyers Ronda L. Sandquist, Kristi J. Livedalen and Gina Guy join the firm from Jackson Kelly PLLC. They will be based in Denver.
Sandquist, who joins the firm as a partner, has nearly 30 years of experience in environmental law. She led the environmental practice at her previous firm. Livedalen joins as of counsel. She represents clients in hearings before environmental and utility regulatory agencies and counsels clients on environmental compliance matters. Ms. Guy’s focus is natural resources law including issues involving use of federally owned lands and impacts on endangered species.
According to the press release at the firm’s site, Karen A. Winters, leader of Squire Sanders’ Environmental, Health & Safety Practice Group, was quoted as saying: “Ronda and her team have tremendous experience in a wide range of environmental law and regulation that will be a significant benefit for clients dealing with environmental issues.
Founded in 1890, Squire, Sanders & Dempsey L.L.P. has lawyers in 32 offices and 15 countries. The firm represents a diverse mix of clients, including Fortune 100 clients, privately held enterprises, emerging companies, and a wide range of government bodies around the globe. With one of the strongest integrated global platforms and a longstanding one-firm philosophy, Squire Sanders provides seamless legal counsel worldwide.
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