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Scott Broadwell

BroadwellScott
Associate
T907.257.5339
F907.257.5399
Scott Broadwell is an associate in the environmental practice group. He has prior professional experience as a geologist and environmental consultant.

Practice Highlights
  • Assists clients with environmental issues at complex sites in Alaska with multiple PRPs
  • Represents clients regarding stormwater management and response to citizen suits under the Clean Water Act
  • Counsels clients on environmental due diligence related to the purchase of existing businesses
  • Assists clients on a wide range of general commercial litigation and transactional matters

Representative Experience

Contribution litigation matters for various oil companies

Successful resolution of multiple cost recovery claims involving allegations under Washington, Oregon, Alaska, and federal law concerning the cleanup of hazardous substances. (Ongoing)

Cruise ship wastewater for Alaska Cruise Association

Represents association of nine major Cruise Lines in matters involving the Alaska Large Commercial Passenger Vessel Wastewater General Permit. Representation has included litigation and development of legislation favorable to the cruise line industry. (Ongoing)

EPA consent decree for Westward Seafoods, Inc.

Assist client in negotiation of consent decree and continuing compliance. (Ongoing)

State cleanup claim for Fortune 500 company

Ongoing defense of Alaska cost recovery claims involving allegations under state law concerning the cleanup of PCBs at former U.S. defense sites. (Ongoing)

Cruise ship wastewater for Alaska Cruise Association

Represented association of nine major Cruise Lines in appeal of Alaska 2008 Wastewater General Permit. (2010)

Clean Water Act for metal fabrication facility

Assisted in defense and successful settlement of citizen suit under the Clean Water Act related to stormwater discharge. (2008)

Cost recovery

Represent client in a cost recovery effort involving the United States and private PRPs relating to the cleanup of petroleum hydrocarbons associated with military facilities.