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  • Education
    • J.D., cum laude, Northwestern University, 1977
    • B.A., Indiana University, 1974

Scott Young assists clients in creating environmental strategies designed to assure compliance while also retaining enhanced flexibility for production and planning and minimizing costs.

Scott focuses his practice on environmental law, with an emphasis in compliance counseling and brownfields redevelopment. He has specific experience in Clean Air compliance and enforcement activities and has represented manufacturing and industrial facilities in PSD, Title V and NAAQS attainment matters. Scott has also represented divergent industry stakeholder groups in the formation of statutory and regulatory policies in matters such as air permitting voluntary clean-up programs, release reporting burdens, and the use of risk-based clean-ups.

eAlerts Alerts
May 28, 2015
eAlerts Alerts
August 2, 2013
Publications & Presentations
Implementing ICs at Brownfields, Second Edition
American Bar Association
Author Nebraska and Iowa Chapters
March 20, 2012
eAlerts Alerts
Beginning April 22, 2010, owners and property managers of housing or child-occupied buildings containing lead-based surface coatings (paint, stain, varnish, shellac, polyurethane, epoxy, sealers, etc.) are required to ensure that contractors, developers, subcontractors and their employees working on said housing or child-occupied buildings are certified and acting in compliance with the new lead rules. Violators may face penalties exceeding $30,000 per day, per incident.
March 2010
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