David E. Whitten, a shareholder in the firm, practices in the areas of environmental law, environmental litigation, environmental aspects of mergers and acquisitions, and federal, state and local governmental affairs. Whitten previously served as counsel to the Chairman of the Water Resources Subcommittee of the U.S. House of Representatives. He lobbied on behalf of a major chemical trade association during consideration of the enactment of Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA). He was also Legislative Director and Counsel to then-Congressman Tom Vandergriff of Arlington.
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"Texas Close 'Em: Municipal Setting Designations as a Closure Tool," American Bar Association, Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources, Environmental Transactions and Brownfields Committee (November 28, 2018),View this article.
“Municipal Setting Designations Spur Urban Revitalization,” Dallas Bar Association Headnotes (July 2007).View this article.
“Municipal Setting Designations - The Real Estate Community Perspective,” 17th Annual Texas Environmental Superconference (August 2005) (prepared in connection with related speaking engagement).View this article.