is a QC and managing partner at the firm. His practice focuses on environmental and indigenous litigation. His clients include companies in the forestry, manufacturing, mining, real estate development, and hydroelectric power generation industries. Cliff has represented clients in environmental prosecutions, administrative actions, permit appeals and environmental assessments, and has helped clients respond to a wide variety of environmental investigations and prosecutions. He advises clients on compliance with environmental laws and regulations, due diligence and environmental auditing, and assists in developing corporate environmental policies, contingency plans, operating manuals, and standard operating procedures. Cliff also advises clients faced with a variety of issues surrounding contaminated sites.
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