I am licensed in Arizona, New Mexico, Texas and the District of Columbia and am a "... more
I am licensed in Arizona, New Mexico, Texas and the District of Columbia and am a "Recognized Environmental Specialist " by the New Mexico State Board of Legal Specialization. I have extensive experience in environmental and natural resources law including oil and gas and copper mining. My experience includes approvals and permits for natural resource development, litigation in defense of CER... view profile
Matthew Harrison is the founding member of Harrison Law and has been practicing law... more
Matthew Harrison is the founding member of Harrison Law and has been practicing law for 16 years. Prior to forming Harrison Law, Mr. Harrison was an attorney with a nationally-recognized surety, construction, and fidelity law firm in Phoenix, Arizona, where his practice focused on complex civil litigation. Previously Mr. Harrison was a Deputy County Attorney with the Maricopa County Attorney’s ... view profile
Michael Beethes practice focuses on corporate law, real estate development,... more
Michael Beethes practice focuses on corporate law, real estate development, commercial and healthcare transactions, real estate litigation, complex loan workouts and equine law. He is an experienced transactional attorney, with a strong litigation background in a broad range of practice areas, including negotiation and documentation of asset sales and purchases, contract drafting and negotiatio... view profile
I am a passionate and dedicated attorney. Most of my practice is associated with... more
I am a passionate and dedicated attorney. Most of my practice is associated with renewable energy or medical marjiuana, two areas I am very passionate and vocal about. I don't shy away from a fight but I love to find creative and unique solutions to my client's problems so I can truly add value to their bottom line instead of just being a cost of doing business.
Environmental / natural resources lawyers deal with the government's rules for the use of natural resources, such as air, land, and water. These attorneys also typically have experience working with the government agencies that regulate natural resources, such as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency or a state Bureau of Land Management. If you are a business owner that may have caused pollution (for example, your underground oil tank leaked), or if you want to use a natural resource for your personal use (for example, water from a river to irrigate your property), an environmental lawyer or a natural resources lawyer can help you understand the complex laws in this area and how to avoid problems.