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    Biography

    Marc Bryson concentrates his practice in the areas of environmental and administrative law. He regularly advises industrial, construction, municipal, coal and oil and gas clients on matters involving permitting and regulatory requirements for water and wastewater, construction stormwater, solid and hazardous waste, air emissions and other environmental and regulatory matters. He has appeared before a wide range of administrative boards and state courts and represented clients in environmental enforcement actions, third party permit challenges, NPDES permit appeals, claims related to construction and design deficiencies, and other proceedings before state and federal agencies.

    Memberships & Awards

    Professional
    American Bar Association
    West Virginia Bar Association
    Super Lawyers® West Virginia Rising Star in Environmental Law, 2015, 2016
    Leadership West Virginia 2012
    Topics Editor, Pittsburgh Journal of Environmental and Public Health Law

    Key Experience

    Provided guidance and drafted comments on behalf of large manufacturing and chemical companies with regard to West Virginia's Aboveground Storage Tank Act and Rules
    Defended several public utilities in third party challenges to their NPDES permits before the West Virginia Environmental Quality Board
    Represented client in wasteload allocation and NPDES permit process over objections of local citizens and industry competitors