Theodore Garrett, a former Chair of the ABA Section of Environment, Energy and Resources, represents companies and trade associations in federal and state litigation and administrative proceedings, compliance matters and transactions involving federal and state environmental and natural resource matters. He has served as counsel in more than 50 reported cases concerning air quality, water quality, and hazardous waste matters, and he has also served a mediator and arbitrator.
According to Who’s Who Legal, “Ted Garrett garnered more votes than any other lawyer for 10 consecutive years…. He exemplifies the dedication and commitment of lawyers to not just their clients but also to shaping laws and regulations. Chambers USA's America's Leading Business Lawyers states that Theodore Garrett enjoys “a longstanding reputation for being ‘a very solid and very smart environmental lawyer’” and “comes particularly recommended for his strengths in disputes.”
Mr. Garrett's extensive experience involves major compliance, regulatory and enforcement issues, particularly concerning air quality, water quality, and hazardous waste matters. His clients have included Intalco Aluminum, Pechiney, Alcan, Rio Tinto, Vulcan Materials, HollyFrontier, Kerr-McGee, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Sensient Technologies, American Petroleum Institute, PhRMA, ASARCO, Baker Chemical, Richardson Vicks, General Motors, Procter & Gamble, American Chemistry Council, Kansas City Power & Light, Dow Chemical, and American Cyanamid. He has been lead industry counsel in cases involving major EPA air and water regulations and has represented clients in numerous Superfund sites including Chem-Dyne, Aceto, Blackbird Mine, Arlington Blending, Stoller, Price Landfill, Holden Mine, Global Landfill, Heleva Landfill, and Britannia Mine.