Kathy Milenkovski's legal practice focuses on energy and environmental law, with an emphasis on air quality issues. Ms. Milenkovski has nearly two decades of experience with air regulations, both at the state and federal level, and is uniquely positioned to assist manufacturing and energy clients with compliance obligations imposed by the Clean Air Act and its state law counterparts. Ms. Milenkovski is also well versed in matters involving renewable energy, in particular, renewable portfolio standard compliance obligations. In addition to counseling and advising clients, she represents clients in litigation, appearing in administrative, state and federal courts.
Routinely counsels and advises clients on environmental and other regulatory requirements
Performed environmental due diligence in transactions involving acquisition of manufacturing facilities and/or real estate
Performed environmental due diligence for major transaction between a major utility and a supplier of alternative fuel
15 years of experience with major coal fired electric facilities, including issues arising from coal loading and unloading facilities, coal processing/crushing, conveyors, dryers, preheaters, boilers, scrubbers, baghouses, fly ash and lime handing systems, and ash ponds
Represented a heavily regulated bankrupt coke battery operating pursuant to US EPA consent decree and order of bankruptcy court with all aspects of environmental compliance
Representation of steel company before US EPA Region 5 and Ohio EPA
Review of permit and regulatory/statutory obligations to ensure client was aware of/meeting requirements; pre-submission review of reports and sworn compliance certifications, with an eye to minimizing any self-incrimination or admission of noncompliance
Submitted numerous comments to Ohio and US EPA on rulemaking packages affecting coal and steel clients, including major Title V permit program, major New Source Review rulemakings, PM2.5 and NOx SIP call rulemakings, Ohio’s air toxics rules, and others
Representation of automobile manufacturer, whose operations included gray iron foundries used to cast engine blocks
- J.D. Capital University
- B.S. Ohio State University
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