Steven G. Jones, a partner with Marten Law Group, is the chair of the firm’s litigation department. He has handled complex environmental and land use litigation for both public and private clients for 15 years. Steve has particular expertise in litigation arising under CERCLA, the Clean Water Act, the Federal Torts Claim Act and representing clients in litigation involving climate change, solid waste and nuisance issues. He also has extensive experience litigating land use issues under both SEPA and Washington’s Growth Management Act. Steve has handled cases before all levels of the state and federal courts, along with administrative litigation before Washington’s Pollution Control Hearings Board, the Growth Management Hearings Boards and Washington’s Utilities and Transportation Commission.
Steve also writes and speaks frequently on environmental and land use issues and has contributed chapters to both the AWB Environmental Compliance Handbook and WSBA Real Property Deskbook. He is the editor of the ABA’s Superfund and NRD Litigation Committee Newsletter. and He is the editor of the ABA’s Superfund and NRD Litigation Committee Newsletter.
· Marten Law Group PLLC, Seattle, WA (2002 - Present)
· Partner, Foster Pepper & Shefelman PLLC, Seattle, WA and Portland, OR (1990 - 2002)
· J.D., Harvard Law School, Harvard University (1989)
· M.A., University of Wales, University College, Cardiff (1987)
· B.S., summa cum laude, Utah State University (1985)
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About Marten Law Group:
Marten Law Group, PLLC is an environmental law firm advising companies and public agencies on some of the most challenging aspects of environmental, land use and natural resource legal matters. With experience in nearly every aspect of environmental law, the group strives to help clients navigate the maze of federal, state, and local regulations in order to resolve disputes and grow their business. The Marten Law Group is a leading legal expert on climate change policy, lending content and ongoing commentary to Lexis Nexis’ Environmental Law and Climate Change Center.