BRITTANY BOLEN has a wide-ranging regulatory and policy practice in which she provides counseling, strategic advice, and advocacy on complex environmental matters and draws upon her extensive, senior-level experience in the federal government and deep understanding of the rulemaking and legislative processes. Brittany’s knowledge of the substance, staff, and inner-workings of the executive and legislative branches helps clients navigate the federal policymaking process and craft the most effective strategy for success.
Brittany assists clients with a full suite of regulatory matters, including comments on agency proposals, engagement with regulators, enhancements to internal compliance programs, and enforcement actions under the Clean Air Act, Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, Safe Drinking Water Act, and the Toxic Substances Control Act, among other environmental laws. She also advises clients on federal funding opportunities, voluntary programs, and tax provisions under the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and Inflation Reduction Act; contributes to environmental diligence for transactions and joint ventures; and provides strategic counseling related to climate change and sustainability matters. Her clients include multinational corporations, national trade associations, investment firms, and emerging companies operating across a broad spectrum of sectors.