Cynthia AM Stroman focuses on environmental, health and safety issues in administrative matters, transactions and litigation. A partner in our Environmental practice, Cynthia advises clients in matters concerning the risk, transportation and management of chemical substances, as well as environmental, health and safety issues arising in transactional or energy project matters.
With scientific training and experience as a project manager and environmental engineer, Cynthia brings a unique perspective to her client work on environmental issues. She represents companies in environmentally sensitive industries with administrative proceedings, litigation and transactions involving environmental law.
Cynthia frequently advises manufacturers and related companies on the Hazardous Materials Regulations, Pipeline Safety Regulations, Toxic Substances Control Act, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, and similar state and non-U.S. regulatory regimes concerning the risk, transportation and management of chemical substances throughout the supply chain.
Cynthia also assists project proponents, investors and lenders in navigating EHS issues in transactions or the project authorization process, particularly concerning the National Environmental Policy Act, the Clean Air Act, the Endangered Species Act and other NEPA-related statutes.
Drawing on her background, Cynthia also helps clients to address complex scientific issues in litigation and administrative matters concerning risk assessment for, and exposure to, a range of hazardous substances, including metals, criteria pollutants, solvents, radioactive materials, and chlorinated and aromatic hydrocarbons.
- J.D., University of Michigan
- B.S., Cornell University
- District of Columbia
- American Bar Association
- District of Columbia Bar Association
- Maryland State Bar Association
- State Bar of Texas (Environmental & Natural Resources Section)
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