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Kevin Murray Appointed to ABA Natural Resources & Environment Editorial Board

Holland & Hart is pleased to announce that attorney Kevin Murray, a partner in the firm’s Salt Lake City office, was recently appointed to serve on the American Bar Association (ABA) Natural Resources & Environment (NR&E) Editorial Board as an Issue Editor. NR&E is the ABA Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources’ (SEER) quarterly magazine. NR&E’s Editorial Board comprises attorneys and judges who practice in environmental law.

Kevin is a frequent author on land use and environmental issues in ABA publications, including the ABA’s SEER publication Trends and the NR&E’s Insights column. He also served as the editor (and contributing author) of the fifth edition of the ABA book, Environmental Aspects of Real Estate and Commercial Transactions, released in January 2021. A unique and practical resource, the book covers the full range of environmental issues that arise when real estate is acquired, sold, developed, operated, financed, or the subject of a workout. The comprehensive guide examines the issues, problems, and pitfalls involved in the intersection of real estate, business, and environmental law.

Kevin’s practice focuses on managing environmental liabilities, repurposing real estate assets, and creating value through property remediation and planning. He is adept at navigating complex, multi-jurisdictional and multi-agency matters (primarily EPA and NRC) in the mining, real estate, energy, petroleum, nuclear, and manufacturing industries.


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