Glen Pilié leads a team in all of the firm’s legal representation of a major oil producer. He also coordinates a large oil company’s docket of litigation relating to naturally occurring radioactive materials (NORM). Glen helping to build the firm’s environmental and toxic tort litigation practice over several years.
Glen handles oil industry mass tort cases and served as common counsel for a group of companies regarding Superfund sites. He also represented clients in various EPA or state-led remediation, complex PSD air permitting and waste disposal site matters.
In governmental matters, Glen worked with the Alabama Department of Environmental Management and other state agencies on varied permitting and compliance issues for oil and gas companies and a major chemical complex. Glen is the lead of a multi-faceted trial team focusing on complex litigation related to damage claims resulting from NORM in oil and gas operations.
Before starting his legal career, he worked as an environmental/regulatory engineer for a major oil company. Additionally, Glen served on the Board of Directors of the New Orleans Sewerage and Water Board and the Housing Authority of New Orleans.
Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, J.D., 1982
University of New Orleans, M.S., 1977
University of Southwestern Louisiana, B.S.C.E., 1973